|author||Edwin Kempin <email@example.com>||Tue Jan 10 13:26:29 2023 +0100|
|committer||Edwin Kempin <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Jan 13 12:08:21 2023 +0100|
Get project list for guessing groups from in memory project cache At the moment guessing relevant groups first gets the list of all projects, then for each project it gets the groups of the project, but only if it is present in the in-memory cache. Getting the list of all projects can be slow if it’s not cached yet (since the projects need to be loaded from the storage layer, e.g. by scanning the repository directories on disc). Since projects that are not present in the in-memory cache are skipped, we can just skip getting the list of all projects and instead directly get the groups from all projects that are present in the in-memory cache. Release-Notes: Get project list for guessing groups from in memory project cache Signed-off-by: Edwin Kempin <email@example.com> Change-Id: I8feeea2fb6a8073cf24b3468a38735c80eff7347
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