How do I get a list of all users' personal repos?

I administer a Stash system.

How do I get a list of all of the personal repos in the system?

If I can't do that, can I get a list of all of the repos of a specific user (regardless of their settings). I want to be able to recover repos for users that have left the company.

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Hi Dan,

You'll have to get a list of repositories for each individual user. You can do this via the UI by browsing to:

https://{stash_base_url}/users/{username}

Or via the REST API by requesting:

http://{stash_base_url}/rest/api/1.0/users/~{username}/repos

Full documentation on the REST resource is available here.

You'll need to be authenticated as an administrator when you make the above requests to ensure you get the full list of repositories, regardless of their permission settings.

cheers,

Tim

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