@PLUGIN@ show-repo-account-access show repository access by account
ssh -p <port> <host> @PLUGIN@ show-repo-account-access [repository] [--user] [user] [-w]
Displays access for a specific repository by user. Does not interpret repository inheritance (currently - may change in the future, or be added as an option)
Repository to show access for
User to look up: This can be in one of several formats: LastName,\\ FirstName, firstname.lastname@example.org, account id or an user name. Be sure to double-escape spaces. Case-sensitive
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Display usage information.
Gerrit Administrators only.
This command is not intended to be used in scripts.
Find Access for All-Projects and a user named Foo
$ ssh -p @SSH_PORT@ review.example.com @PLUGIN@ show-repo-account-access All-Projects --user Foo
Find Access for a repository named “my-project” and a user named Foo
$ ssh -p @SSH_PORT@ review.example.com @PLUGIN@ show-repo-access my-project --user Foo