Repo retirement best practice

We have stash integrated with jira that we use for a bunch of production systems.

One of the production systems is retired but its repo is still active, what is the "best practice" to retire a repo?

Is there a way to leave it on the cloud, but make it inaccessible / disabled?

 

 

 

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Hi Andrew! You can make the repository private and remove access for all users except you (considering you are the owner of the repo), this way nobody will be able to access it. If in the future you need to get someone to work on it, you'll be able to grant access to that person again.

Hope this helps :)

Ana

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