We are using Atlassian Stash v3.10.2.
Somehow, my files in one of my repos keep getting deleted from Stash.
I can not locate a way to see when they are deleted and by whom.
I can't see the commit history of deletion either.
Is there a way to uncover this info?
I don't have access to CLI on the Stash server.
I am using git command line on my laptop to interact with Stash.
Per "https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/113756", you want to the revision where deleted file still existed.
After some head scratching I ended up going back to commits list, selected hash for a commit from couple of months ago.
Then pasted the hash to URL bar to replace $BRANCH as shown from post I referenced above:
I am now able to see the files existed per that commit.
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