As BitBucket is high available I suggest to keep it as a main central repo.
To have sync-ed copy of it you can have repos in any other places.
Start them with *git clone --mirror <BitBucket repo url>* and update them
once every minute with *git remote update --prune*.
On Wed, Jun 1, 2016 at 5:51 PM, Alain <raf.n...@gmail.com> wrote:
> i use for now BitBucket (from ATlassian) but in order to not depend on
> internet connection, i would like to be sure both computer (laptop and
> desktop) always have the same code.
> As git is a distributed system, i would like to sync not only 1 repository
> but all repositories at once.
> Should i install on both computer Gitlab (both computers have Kubuntu
> 16.04) ?
> I do not want my repositories to be public or to pay for a Git solution,
> so i do not use GitHub.
> Till now i use BitBucket and i use it as Git remote solution, so maybe
> this is the best solution till now...
> I'm waiting your answers.
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