Stash as second origin

Hello,

We're migrating from repos hosted on a dedicated server to stash. I've followed the instructions from the docs on how to mirror a repo and now see stash as a remote:

xxxxx:10:40:45
~/src/git/puppet03 (master)$ git remote -v
origin    gitolite@git.xxxxxxxx:puppet03 (fetch)
origin    gitolite@git.xxxxxxxx:puppet03 (push)
stash    https://stash.xxxxxxxx/scm/info/puppet03.git (fetch)
stash    https://stash.xxxxxxxx/scm/info/puppet03.git (push)

 

Is there any way to have all users pushing to have commits go to both the origin and stash?

 

Or add stash's url to the origin?

3 answers

1 vote

Hi John,

I understood that you might be after something like the plugin below:

In that case, you could have your developers always push into Stash and it will mirror the changes to the other repo.

Best,
Thiago

I don't think there's a way to do this other than maybe an alias

I don't think it's possible either, but you could have a post-receive hook in gitolite that pushes to Stash. Probably easiest just to make the gitolite one readonly, or a add a pre-receive hook with a message to update the remote... people will get the message.

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