How much load is my Bitbucket Server handling

I’d like to be able to generate reports covering the following:

  • No of discrete users accessing Bitbucket Server/Git per day/week/month
  • Number of Projects/Repositories Created/Modified/Deleted per day/week/month
  • Number of Git transactions performed by transaction type per day/week/month

Any thoughts on how we might do this?


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You best bet is to use the access-logs that Bitbucket Server generates in the $BITBUCKET_HOME/log directory of your Bitbucket Server instance. The access-log format is defined in the document How to read the Bitbucket Server Log Formats. Using the access logs it should be fairly simple to generate the reports you require.

The stash-log-parser is an open source tool that is worth looking into. I must note that while we use this tool internally it is not officially supported by Atlassian. 

Please don't hesitate to respond to this answer if you have any further questions. 

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