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Connect an ARC to the DataHUB

last updated at 2022-12-13

In case you have not yet connected your local repository to a remote one, you can specify the remote repository with the flag --repositoryaddress or -r in combination with a URL + ".git", e.g.,

arc sync -r

💡 If your local repository is not connected to a remote repository, arc sync will only track and store changes locally. The ARC Commander will not synchronize any changes to the DataHUB.

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