Remove the last Git commit from remote

Be careful using this, it’s might cause data lose:

git reset HEAD^ # Remove the last commit locally git push origin +HEAD # force-push the new HEAD commit
Code language: Bash (bash)

If you want to still have it in your local repository and only remove it from the remote, then you can use:

git push origin +HEAD^:<name of your branch, most likely 'master'>
Code language: Bash (bash)

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