is it possible to mirror only some repositories by using bitbucket smart mirrors?
We look for a solution to secure our repositories. Most repos are used by only internals some are used also by external partners.
The idea was to mirror only repos for external partner.
Any suggestions? Thank you in advance.
Hi Thomas! Yes, that's possible. An approved mirror will have access to all projects and repositories in the primary Bitbucket Data Center instance, however, you'll be able to specify which projects you want to mirror. Note that when using smart mirroring you won't be able to specify individual repositories (you can only specify projects), so as far as you have your external partners' repos grouped in Projects separated from your internal repos, everything will be fine.
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thank you! External developers (clients) not the Smart Mirror push changes against the primary Bitbucket data center. The case we want to hide the primary instance (no internet access) it would not work.
Is it possible that the mirror forwards pushes and not the client?
we don´t want to make the primary visibly in the internet. So changes need to push to the mirror. I understood that the mirror does not accept pushes.
See the illustration on: https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/smart-mirroring-776640046.html
So at the moment the most secure solution is to setup two bitbucket instances: one in the intranet (for employees) and one in the internet for business-partners.
What do you think?
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