what data stored in stash database

Hi Team, 

Could you please help me understand more about stash database?

1)What kind of data will be stored in the stash database(external or internal)?

2)Is Git repositories, branches all code will be stored in the database?

3)I have a fresh database which is external to stash . how should I set up the database to store the data in it?

4)how should create the table in it and set up in stash to store the data in it?

5)Is there any way to see my stash internal database structure ?

 

 

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1) Mostly metadata like permissions, internal configurations etc

2) Actual code is in the file system

3) See "Database Migration Wizard" in https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Connecting+Stash+to+an+external+database

4) What do you want to store there? And why?

5) Just connect to the migrated DB using a tool of your choice!

Thanks Jobin for the reply.

This seems to be little confusing as per your documentation 

"A very rough guideline is: 100 + ((total number of commits across all repos) / 2500) MB.

So, for example, for 20 repositories with an average of 25,000 commits each, the database would need 100 + (20 * 25,000 / 2500) = 300MB."

So here are you referring metadata?

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/scaling-bitbucket-server-776640073.html#ScalingBitbucketServer-Databaserequirements

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