On Wednesday, November 21, 2012 10:58:24 AM UTC+1, kumar wrote:
> I am setting up a repository for the first. I already have a project of
> 18GB about 200,000 files.
> Currently these are the steps i am doing
> git add .
> git commit -m "Initial"
> git push
> Considering the size and 3 steps it is taking time. Is there an faster way
> to accomplish this? Is it possible to to push to the remote repository in
> one step since it is for the first time? I have about 5 such projects.
You could first transfer your files to a local clone on the same machine
(say, copy them over with a USB stick or something), and then push it
locally. Should be as fast as copying them from one place to another.