The configuration of the @PLUGIN@ plugin is done in the
Provides an option to configure the number of threads used for indexing the changes. The default value used for this option is 4.
[plugin "@PLUGIN@"] indexThreads = 4
Rename project replication is enabled by adding appropriate
url's. For example:
[plugin "@PLUGIN@"] url = ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org url = ssh://mirror2.us.some.org:29418
To specify the port number, it is required to put the
ssh:// prefix followed by hostname and then port number after
:. It is also possible to specify the ssh user by passing
USERNAME@ as a prefix for hostname.
Rename replication is done over SSH, so ensure the host key of the remote system(s) is already in the Gerrit user's
~/.ssh/known_hosts file. The easiest way to add the host key is to connect once by hand with the command line:
sudo su -c 'ssh mirror1.us.some.org echo' gerrit2
@PLUGIN@ plugin uses the ssh rename command towards the replica(s) with
--replication option to replicate the rename operation. It is possible to customize the parameters of the underlying ssh client doing these calls by specifying the following fields:
sshCommandTimeout: Timeout for SSH command execution. If 0, there is no timeout, and the client waits indefinitely. By default, 0.
sshConnectionTimeout: Timeout for SSH connections in minutes. If 0, there is no timeout, and the client waits indefinitely. By default, 2 minutes.
Also, this plugin offers a way to restrict the new names of the projects to match an optionally configured regex. For example:
[plugin "@PLUGIN@"] renameRegex = [a-z0-9]+
In this example the new names for projects will be restricted to only non-capital letters and numbers.