How does a branch deletion in Stash show up in the logs?

One of my users lost a working branch and is wondering who went in and deleted it. I grepped for the branch in the logs (most common entries were in stash-profiler and stash-access), but they all look like GET requests. How would a branch deletion appear in the logs?

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Hi Jen,

By default Stash will not log branch updates or deletes. You can turn on more verbose logging by adjusting the appropriate Stash config property, the list of audit events and levels are here.

If you're looking to recover the branch, this thread has some great tips: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16793637/recover-deleted-branch-git

cheers,

Tim

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