The thing is we are a small team but from different physical locations: europe, asia, america etc.
Currently we setup our only Stash server in Hong Kong to compromise accessibility and network speed.
But sometime the push/pull performance is not so idea (only 10-50k/s while we have over 1Gb data to push).
I've checked out Stash Data Center solution but it seems not quite suitable for a tiny team like us.
So I'm wondering if it's possible to setup a simple distributed stash repositories to let our developer push/pull code from local server while the local servers will synchronise repository data with a single master server in Hong Kong.
(Stash management website access don't need to be distributed as it's not performance critical, so does the database which only need to store permissions / meta data if I'm right)
This is something we'd like to help solve at some point. In the meantime, you can refer to this answer which has some suggestions: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/319336/is-it-possible-to-setup-a-read-only-mirror-for-stash
In short, you can use a mirroring add-on to keep a remote copy up to date. Those users can set their fetch URL to the local mirror, and the push URL to point back to the central Stash server.
Thanks a lot. This plugin seems very interesting: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.englishtown.stash-hook-mirror I'll investigate if it is suitable for my situation as we probably need bi-directional synchronisation instead of a readonly copy.
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