The pk command exposes sub-commands for registering and managing push keys on the network.
To see a list of sub-commands, run kit pk
kit pk [flags]
kit pk [command]
Available Commands:
register Register a public key on the network
-h, --help help for pk
--rpc.https Force the client to use https:// protocol
--rpc.password string Set the RPC password
--rpc.user string Set the RPC username

Global Options

The command includes global options that can be set for all sub-commands.


  • --remote.address - The address where the remote server will listen for git requests.


For methods that require connecting to a running node, Kit will attempt to connect via RPC by default. These are the options to control the connection:
  • --rpc.user - The username to send to the RPC server for authentication.
  • --rpc.password - The password to send to the RPC server for authentication.
  • --rpc.https - Enables SSL connection to the RPC server.
  • --no-rpc - If this is set, it will prevent the command from connecting to a remote node via JSON-RPC.
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