pagure-utility

This repository contains a few scripts useful when running/managing a pagure instance.

License: GPLv2 or any later version

Run the scripts

To run the script, either you have a configuration file at /etc/pagure/pagure.cfg and it will use it, or you can specify one using the environment variable PAGURE_CONFIG when calling the script.

In other words:

  • if you have /etc/pagure/pagure.cfg, call the script directly:

    python <script>.py

  • if you want to specify the configuration file, use PAGURE_CONFIG:

    PAGURE_CONFIG=/path/to/pagure.cfg python <script>.py

check_account_status

For pagure instances configured to authenticate against a FAS instance this script allows to block user accounts in pagure that are marked as inactive in this FAS instance.

Warning

Requires pagure 5.0+

clean_up_user_project

This script can be used to delete all the projects of a specific user.

fill_logs_from_db

This script takes all the tickets, pull-requests and their comments and insert a corresponding entry in the pagure_logs table (available from 2.9).

fill_logs_from_gits

This script browses all the git repo in the specified directory, and for each commits insert a corresponding entry in the pagure_logs table (available from 2.9).

load_from_disk_simplified

This is an example script browses all the git repo in the specified directory, and creating the corresponding project in the database with the specified (hard-coded) namespace and main admin.

regen_checksums

This script allows regenerating the CHECKSUMS file of the specified directory of releases. (Available from 3.9)

sync_db_disk

This script queries all the projects stored in the DB and the files present on disk and report any discrepancies with the possibility to fix them automatically.

sync_fas_group_membership

This script syncs the group membership from FAS to pagure. It can be told to only delete in pagure members that are no longer listed in FAS or delete and add new members. It can be told to sync a specific group or all of them (default).