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How to rename an existing git remote ?

To list down your remote repository handles that is currently being used in local repository, we use git remote -v command.

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> git remote -v
origin	https://achandran@bitbucket.org/poopcoders/ppcode-batch.git (fetch)
origin	https://achandran@bitbucket.org/poopcoders/ppcode-batch.git (push)

To rename a remote, you can use the following command.

git remote rename <current-remote-name> <new-name>
git remote rename origin ppbatch

or..

> git remote -v
ppbatch	https://achandran@bitbucket.org/poopcoders/ppcode-batch.git (fetch)
ppbatch	https://achandran@bitbucket.org/poopcoders/ppcode-batch.git (push)

You can remove a git remote if you do not want it.

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