Private repository administration

Hi

How can I administrate all the private repositories? As an administrator I need to know who has how many private repositories and be able to administrate them too! I can't find such an option and the menu entry Repositories can only View all public repositories. But as an administrator I need to see all repositories on our Stash installation.

Any idea or hint would be much appreciated.

Kind regards,

Yves

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Nov 10, 2013

At the moment, there's no UI for this.

The only thing that can help you is the REST api:

GET /rest/api/latest/projects/PROJECT_KEY/repos/repo_slug/forks

Hm, that's odd.

So how can I disable this feature completely?

Hi Yves,

Are you talking about disabling private repositories, or just forks? Forks can be disabled at the repository level (in settings) or globally:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Stash+config+properties

Unfortunately there isn't a way (currently) to disable private repositories.

Just out of curiosity, what aspect of the repository do you need to administer? It would be good to know what we might need to add to support this.

Cheers,

Charles

Hi Charles,

yes, I'm asking for the possibility to disable or at least administrate private repositories. The reason for this is to know what's going on on our Stash installation, which is a must have to prevent issues with the law if there is the possibility for external developers to register and use our Stash instance. Normally it should be used for project development but if no administrator can "see" what's going on, who knows which content is hosted there?

The required features are at least these ones:

  • Possibility to disable the feature completely
  • Possibility to disable the feature per user
  • See the used space for each private repository
  • Simple browse functionality to check the private repo content

Hi Yves,

Thanks for that. I'll pass your suggestions onto the PM.

You can also look at the $STASH_HOME/data/repositories directory. If you install this plugin (https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/stash-reponame-plugin) the config file should contain information about what each repository is. Personal repositories will always have 'stash.project' starting with '~'. You can then also just use normal git commands to view the content or calculate the size.

I realise this isn't ideal. Feel free to raise a feature request on our public issue tracker:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/STASH

Cheers,

Charles

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