It's the precise functionality that Fisheye does. However, since since we switched over to Git, they only way to still search from Fisheye is if we were to add every Git repository and that is in the hundreds.
So is there anyway to perform a similar task in Stash? Even if a SQL statement would into the Stash database would help but I don't understand all the relationships.
Unfortunately at the moment we don't really keep that information in the database, especially if you're interested in the cloning as well as pushing. This answer may be of interest:
If you're just interested in pushes, you can enable auditing and set the level to 'low' so that it records the push events:
Finally you probably want to vote for the following feature request:
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