[openstack-dev] [codesearch] how to exclude projects?
diana.joan.clarke at gmail.com
Thu Mar 16 00:30:28 UTC 2017
The OpenStack Hound instance  is passed config.json with the
projects to index.
That file is generated by jeepyb here  based on the projects
defined in projects.yaml .
Here's an example config.json  I manually generated a couple of
weeks back when I was looking into why some tripleo projects weren't
being indexed (turns out it was just stale because puppet was
IIUC, puppet is still disabled for codesearch, so you'll need to ping
infra once you've modified jeepyb to exclude the openstack/deb-*
pabelanger in #openstack-infra kindly did a manual puppet run for me
when I recently wanted config.json refreshed, so he'll know what to do
when you're ready.
Finally, there's also this entry in the infra system-config docs 
that points to the bug tracker etc.
Hope that helps!
On Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 5:06 PM, Ihar Hrachyshka <ihrachys at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> lately I noticed that any search in codesearch triggers duplicate
> matches because it seems code for lots of projects is stored in
> openstack/deb-<project_name> repos, probably used for debian
> packaging. I would like to be able to exclude the projects from the
> search by openstack/deb-* pattern. Is it possible?
> Ideally, we would exclude them by default, but I couldn't find where I
> patch codesearch to do it. Is there a repo for the webui that I can
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