I initialized local repository with

git-annex init $HOSTNAME --version=6

unfortunately I didn't change HOSTNAME on a new machine and it was 'localhost.localdomain'. I didn't notice that before I cloned a git-annex repository.

Now in the remote repository when I run git-annex info (and same in local repository), I see

$ git-annex info
semitrusted repositories: 6
00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001 -- web
00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000002 -- bittorrent
0085(maybe it's not secure to write it on the internet)-e8f803a -- localhost.localdomain

(and other repositories. By the way, I never initialized 'web' and 'bittorent', where did they get from?)

I would like 'localhost.localdomain' to become my real $HOSTNAME, so that I would distinguish that machine. How could I do that?

I found How to rename a remote, but my 'localhost' is not listed in git-remotes.

I grep-ed .git for 'localhost.localdomain', and changed .git/COMMIT_EDITMSG. However, after running git-annex sync it returns to 'localhost.localdomain'.

$ more .git/COMMIT_EDITMSG
git-annex in Acer
$ git-annex sync
$ more .git/COMMIT_EDITMSG
git-annex in localhost.localdomain

I would like to change 'localhost' to my real machine name both on the remote repository from which I cloned and on local repository. Thank you.