How to maintain a local mirror of ONAP’s git repositories

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For various reasons, I like to maintain a local mirror of git repositories I use a lot, in this case ONAP. This is mostly because of the generally poor network connectivity in Australia, but its also because it makes cloning a new repository super fast.

Tony Breeds and I baked up a script to do this for OpenStack repositories a while ago. I therefore present a version of that mirror script which does the right thing for ONAP projects.

One important thing to note here that differs from OpenStack — ONAP projects aren’t named in a way where they will consistently sit in a directory structure together. For example, there is an “oom” repository, as well as an “oom/registrator” repository. We therefore need to normalise repository names on clone to ensure they don’t clobber each other — I do that by replacing path separators with underscores.

So here’s the script:

#!/usr/bin/env

from __future__ import print_function

import datetime
import json
import os
import subprocess
import random
import requests

ONAP_GIT_BASE = 'ssh://mikal@gerrit.onap.org:29418'


def get_onap_projects():
    data = subprocess.check_output(
               ['ssh', 'gerrit.onap.org', 'gerrit',
                'ls-projects']).split('\n')
    for project in data:
        yield (ONAP_GIT_BASE, project,
               'onap/%s' % project.replace('/', '_'))


def _ensure_path(path):
    if not path:
        return

    full = []
    for elem in path.split('/'):
        full.append(elem)
        if not os.path.exists('/'.join(full)):
            os.makedirs('/'.join(full))


starting_dir = os.getcwd()
projects = list(get_onap_projects())
random.shuffle(projects)

for base_url, project, subdir in projects:
    print('%s Considering %s %s'
          %(datetime.datetime.now(), base_url, project))
    os.chdir(os.path.abspath(starting_dir))

    if os.path.isdir(subdir):
        os.chdir(subdir)

        print('%s Updating %s'
              %(datetime.datetime.now(), project))
        try:
            subprocess.check_call(
                ['git', 'remote', '-vvv', 'update'])
        except Exception as e:
            print('%s FAILED: %s'
                  %(datetime.datetime.now(), e))
    else:
        git_url = os.path.join(base_url, project)
        _ensure_path('/'.join(subdir.split('/')[:-1]))

        print('%s Cloning %s'
              %(datetime.datetime.now(), project))
        subprocess.check_call(
            ['ionice', '-c', 'idle', 'git', 'clone',
             '-vvv', '--mirror', git_url, subdir])

Note that your ONAP gerrit username probably isn’t “mikal”, so you might want to change that.

This script will checkout all ONAP git repositories into a directory named “onap” in your current working directory. A second run will add any new repositories, as well as updating the existing ones. Note that these are clones intended to be served with a local git server, instead of being clones you’d edit directly. To clone one of the mirrored repositories for development, you would then do something like:

$ git clone onap/aai_babel development/aai_babel

Or similar.

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