gerrit set-project-parent - Change the project permissions are inherited from.
ssh -p <port> <host> gerrit set-project-parent [--parent <NAME>] [--children-of <NAME>] [--exclude <NAME>] <NAME> …
Changes the project that permissions are inherited through. Every project inherits permissions from another project, by default this is All-Projects. This command sets the project to inherit through another one.
Caller must be a member of the privileged Administrators group.
This command is intended to be used in scripts.
Name of the parent to inherit through. If not specified, the parent is set back to the default All-Projects.
Name of the parent project for which all child projects should be reparented. If the new parent project or any project in its parent line is a child of this parent project it is automatically excluded from reparenting.
Name of a child project that should not be reparented. This option can only be used if the option --children-of is set. Multiple child projects can be excluded from reparenting by specifying the --exclude option multiple times. Excluding a project that is not a child project has no effect.
Configure kernel/omap to inherit permissions from kernel/common:
$ ssh -p 29418 review.example.com gerrit set-project-parent --parent kernel/common kernel/omap
Reparent all children of myParent to myOtherParent:
$ ssh -p 29418 review.example.com gerrit set-project-parent \ --children-of myParent --parent myOtherParent
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