Quickly clone an entire org/users repositories into one directory - Supports GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, and more

Overview

ghorg

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ghorg allows you to quickly clone all of an orgs, or users repos into a single directory. This can be useful in many situations including

  1. Searching an orgs/users codebase with ack, silver searcher, grep etc..
  2. Bash scripting
  3. Creating backups
  4. Onboarding
  5. Performing Audits

When running ghorg a second time, all local changes in your *_ghorg directory will be overwritten by whats on GitHub. If you are working out of this directory, make sure you rename it before running a second time otherwise all of your changes will be lost.

ghorg cli example

Supported Providers

  • GitHub
  • GitLab
  • Bitbucket
  • Gitea

The terminology used in ghorg is that of GitHub, mainly orgs/repos. GitLab and BitBucket use different terminology. There is a handy chart thanks to GitLab that translates terminology here

Install

Homebrew

optional

$ brew update
$ brew upgrade git

required

$ brew install gabrie30/utils/ghorg
$ mkdir -p $HOME/.config/ghorg
$ curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/gabrie30/ghorg/master/sample-conf.yaml > $HOME/.config/ghorg/conf.yaml
$ vi $HOME/.config/ghorg/conf.yaml # (optional but recommended)

Golang

# ensure $HOME/go/bin is in your path ($ echo $PATH | grep $HOME/go/bin)
$ go get github.com/gabrie30/ghorg
$ mkdir -p $HOME/.config/ghorg
$ curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/gabrie30/ghorg/master/sample-conf.yaml > $HOME/.config/ghorg/conf.yaml
$ vi $HOME/.config/ghorg/conf.yaml # (optional but recommended)

Use

# note: to view/set all available flags/features see sample-conf.yaml and for more examples see ./examples
$ ghorg clone someorg
$ ghorg clone someorg --concurrency=50 --token=bGVhdmUgYSBjb21tZW50IG9uIGlzc3VlIDY2
$ ghorg clone someuser --clone-type=user --protocol=ssh --branch=develop --color=off
$ ghorg clone gitlab-group --scm=gitlab --base-url=https://gitlab.internal.yourcompany.com --preserve-dir
$ ghorg clone gitlab-group/gitlab-subgroup --scm=gitlab --base-url=https://gitlab.internal.yourcompany.com
$ ghorg clone --help
# view cloned resources
$ ghorg ls
$ ghorg ls someorg

Setup and Configuration

Configuration for each clone can be set in two ways. The first is in $HOME/.config/ghorg/conf.yaml. This file should be created from the sample-conf.yaml by copying into $HOME/.config/ghorg/conf.yaml. The second method of configuration is setting flags via the cli, run $ ghorg clone --help for a list of flags. A flag set on the command line will overwrite any setting in the conf.yaml

github setup

  1. Create Personal Access Token with all repo scopes. Update GHORG_GITHUB_TOKEN in your ghorg/conf.yaml, as a cli flag, or add to your osx keychain.

gitlab setup

  1. Create Personal Access Token with the read_api scope (or api for self-managed GitLab older than 12.10). This token can be added to your ghorg/conf.yaml, as a cli flag, or your osx keychain.
  2. Update the GitLab Specific config in your ghorg/conf.yaml or via cli flags
  3. Update GHORG_SCM_TYPE to gitlab in your ghorg/conf.yaml or via cli flags
  4. See examples/gitlab.md on how to run

gitea setup

  1. Create Access Token (Settings -> Applications -> Generate Token)
  2. Update GHORG_GITEA_TOKEN in your ghorg/conf.yaml or use the (--token, -t) flag.
  3. Update GHORG_SCM_TYPE to gitea in your ghorg/conf.yaml or via cli flags

bitbucket setup

  1. To configure with bitbucket you will need to create a new app password and update your $HOME/.config/ghorg/conf.yaml here or use the (--token, -t) and (--bitbucket-username) flags.
  2. Update SCM type to bitbucket in your ghorg/conf.yaml or via cli flags

osx default github/gitlab token used

NOTE: cloning via https rather than ssh is the ghorg default, this is because a token must be present to retreive the list of repos. However, if you run into trouble cloning via https and genearlly clone via ssh, try switching --protocol ssh

$ security find-internet-password -s github.com  | grep "acct" | awk -F\" '{ print $4 }'
$ security find-internet-password -s gitlab.com  | grep "acct" | awk -F\" '{ print $4 }'

It's recommended to store github/gitlab tokens in the osxkeychain, if this command returns anything other than your token see Troubleshooting section below. However, you can always add your token to the $HOME/.config/ghorg/conf.yaml or use the (--token, -t) flags.

Ignoring Repos

  • To ignore any archived repos while cloning use the --skip-archived flag (not bitbucket)

  • To ignore specific repos create a ghorgignore file inside $HOME/.config/ghorg. Each line in this file is considered a substring and will be compared against each repos clone url. If the clone url contains a substring in the ghorgignore it will be excluded from cloning. To prevent accidentally excluding a repo, you should make each line as specific as possible, eg. https://github.com/gabrie30/ghorg.git or [email protected]:gabrie30/ghorg.git depending on how you clone.

    # Create ghorgignore
    touch $HOME/.config/ghorg/ghorgignore
    
    # update file
    vi $HOME/.config/ghorg/ghorgignore

Known issues

  • When cloning if you see something like Username for 'https://gitlab.com': the command won't finish. I haven't been able to identify the reason for this occuring. The fix for this is to make sure your token is in the osxkeychain. See the troubleshooting section for how to set this up, or try cloning via ssh (--protocol=ssh).

  • If you are cloning a large org you may see Error: open /dev/null: too many open files which means you need to increase your ulimits, there are lots of docs online for this. For mac the quick and dirty is below

    # reset the soft and hard file limit boundaries
    $ sudo launchctl limit maxfiles 65536 200000
    
    # actually now set the ulimit boundary
    $ ulimit -n 20000
    

    Another solution is to decrease the number of concurrent clones. Use the --concurrency flag to set to lower than 25 (the default)

Troubleshooting

  • If the security command does not return your token, follow this GitHub Documentation. For GitHub tokens you will need to set your token as your username and set nothing as the password when prompted. For GitLab you will need to set your token for both the username and password when prompted. This will correctly store your credentials in the keychain. If you are still having problems see this StackOverflow Post
  • If your GitHub account is behind 2fa follow this Github Documentation
  • GitHub Personal Access Token only finding public repos - Give your token all the repo permissions
  • Make sure your $ git --version is >= 2.19.0

Updating brew tap

Comments
  • Exit status 128

    Exit status 128

    Describe the bug ============ Issues ============ Problem trying to clone Repo: https://***.git Error: exit status 128

    To Reproduce ghorg clone --scm gitlab --token *** --namespace *** --path F:\GHORG --base-url https://gitlab.***.com/api/v4 --clone-type org ***

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: [e.g. iOS] - Windows 10
    opened by gandarez 39
  • Only 50 repos get cloned - GitLab

    Only 50 repos get cloned - GitLab

    Describe the bug Only 50 repos get cloned

    To Reproduce Fresh install. Try to clone from GitLab, only 50 results clone successfully.

    Expected behavior All repos get cloned.

    /root/go/bin/ghorg clone $PROJECT --scm=gitlab --base-url=https://gitlab.com --protocol=ssh --token=$GITLAB_TOKEN --path=/opengrok/src/ --preserve-dir --concurrency=25
    
     |T|I|M|E| |T|O| |G|H|O|R|G|
     +-+-+-+-+ +-+-+ +-+-+-+-+-+
    
    *************************************
    * SCM           : gitlab
    * Type          : org
    * Protocol      : ssh
    * Location      : /opengrok/src/
    * Concurrency   : 25
    * Base URL      : https://gitlab.com
    * Config Used   : none
    *************************************
    
    50 repos found in acme-org
    

    This used to work fine, so might be an issue with a change or rate limiting on the Gitlab side?

    git --version
    git version 2.20.1
    
    # /root/go/bin/ghorg version
    v1.7.0
    

    Same if using https or ssh. I've tried a different PAT and setting Concurrency to 1 too.

    opened by brenwhyte 16
  • Does not clone private repos with token and all repo scopes set

    Does not clone private repos with token and all repo scopes set

    Describe the bug ghorg does not clone private repos with token and all repo scopes set.

    To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. Add a token with all repo scopes
    2. Add the token to the config file and configure other filter options
    3. run ghorg clone
    4. Only public repos are cloned

    Expected behavior Public and private repos are cloned

    I like to write PRs, but I'm a JavaScript developer and my Go skills are non-existing 😄. This seems to be one of the rare projects that actually implement cloning all repos of a GitHub user/org.

    opened by dword-design 14
  • Reclone not working inside container

    Reclone not working inside container

    Describe the bug I'm packaging this amazing tool in a docker container for Unraid. All is working fine except for reclone. The same command works with ghorg clone but not ghorg reclone. It is able to find the command and starts running it, but exits with ERROR: Running ghorg clone cmd: ghorg clone kubernetes, err: exit status 1. Here is the repository for all docker supporting scripts

    To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. Use the following reclone.yaml. I'll assume it is stored at $HOME/.config/ghorg/reclone.yaml
    kubernetes:
         cmd: "ghorg clone kubernetes"
    
    1. Run the following docker command, see that it works
    docker run --rm \
            -e GHORG_CONFIG="" `#Dont use config file` \
            -e GHORG_GITHUB_TOKEN=<API_TOKEN> \
            -v $HOME/.config/ghorg:/config \
            -v $HOME/repos:/data \
            afonsoc12/ghorg:latest \
            clone kubernetes
    
    1. Now use reclone. It will start running the command but will error:
    docker run --rm \
            -e GHORG_CONFIG="" `#Dont use config file` \
            -e GHORG_GITHUB_TOKEN=<API_TOKEN> \
            -v $HOME/.config/ghorg:/config \
            -v $HOME/repos:/data \
            afonsoc12/ghorg:latest \
            reclone
    

    Environment (please complete the following information): Tried in M1 Mac and Linux/Unraid

    Additional context Looking for a way to debug this, or get more information on the error.

    Thank you and keep up the great work!

    opened by afonsoc12 12
  • exported GHORG_CONFIG environment variable is not picked up by ghorg

    exported GHORG_CONFIG environment variable is not picked up by ghorg

    Describe the bug I want to point ghorg to a configuration file via the exported environment variable GHORG_CONFIG. I am using a self-hosted GitLab configuration. My setup is as follows:

    $ env | grep GHORG_CONFIG
    GHORG_CONFIG=/Users/my_user/workspace/CUSTOMERS/my_customer/ghorg.yaml
    $ pwd
    /Users/my_user/workspace/CUSTOMERS/my_customer
    $ ls
    ghorg.yaml
    $ ghorg clone some-group
    Could not find a valid github token. GHORG_GITHUB_TOKEN or (--token, -t) flag must be set. Create a personal access token, then set it in your $HOME/.config/ghorg/conf.yaml or use the (--token, -t) flag, see 'GitHub Setup' in README.md
    

    My config in /Users/my_user/workspace/CUSTOMERS/my_customer/ghorg.yaml is as follows:

    ---
    GHORG_ABSOLUTE_PATH_TO_CLONE_TO: /Users/my_user/workspace/CUSTOMERS/my_customer/ghorg
    GHORG_BACKUP: false
    GHORG_BITBUCKET_APP_PASSWORD:
    GHORG_BITBUCKET_OAUTH_TOKEN:
    GHORG_BITBUCKET_USERNAME:
    GHORG_BRANCH:
    GHORG_CLONE_PROTOCOL: ssh
    GHORG_CLONE_TYPE: org
    GHORG_CLONE_WIKI: true
    GHORG_COLOR: enabled
    GHORG_CONCURRENCY: 5
    GHORG_DRY_RUN: false
    GHORG_EXCLUDE_MATCH_REGEX:
    GHORG_FETCH_ALL: true
    GHORG_GITEA_TOKEN:
    GHORG_GITHUB_TOKEN:
    GHORG_GITLAB_TOKEN: MY_GITLAB_TOKEN
    GHORG_INSECURE_GITLAB_CLIENT:
    GHORG_MATCH_PREFIX:
    GHORG_MATCH_PREFIX:
    GHORG_MATCH_REGEX:
    GHORG_NO_CLEAN: true
    GHORG_OUTPUT_DIR:
    GHORG_PRESERVE_DIRECTORY_STRUCTURE: true
    GHORG_SCM_BASE_URL: https://gitlab.my-tld.com/
    GHORG_SCM_TYPE: gitlab
    GHORG_SKIP_ARCHIVED: false
    GHORG_SKIP_FORKS: false
    GHORG_TOPICS:
    

    Expected behavior I want ghorg to use the configuration that I have configured in GHORG_CONFIG. This is not happening.

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: macOS Big Sur 11.6.2 (20G314)
    • ghorg version: v1.7.9
    • zsh version: zsh 5.8 (x86_64-apple-darwin20.0)
    opened by Rabattkarte 8
  • Cannot clone subgroups

    Cannot clone subgroups

    refer to issue #88 i tried the latest version, this issue is still there

    i'm using this command : ghorg clone all-groups --base-url=http://code.xyz.com --scm=gitlab --token=abc123 --preserve-dir --insecure-gitlab-client --output-dir=/root/backup

    the error message saying : Encountered an error, aborting error fetching repos for group 'chopstick', error: group 'chopstick' does not exist

    note : chopstick is a subgroup and has 2 repositories

    opened by softbless1 8
  • ghorg extremly slow to clone and errors out on many repos

    ghorg extremly slow to clone and errors out on many repos

    Describe the bug Extremely slow at pulling down repos and fails with many 128 or 1 error codes. I can manually clone the repos without issue.

    To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. ghorg clone org

    Expected behavior It should be fast to iterate through the repos and clone them and should do so without errors.

    Terminal output

    ============ Issues ============
    
    Problem trying to pull master Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo1.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to pull SCHOLAR-3.x Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo2.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to pull master Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo3.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to pull 1_1 Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo4.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to pull master Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo5.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to pull master Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo6.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to pull master Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo7.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to pull master Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo8.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to pull master Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo9.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to pull main Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo10.git Error: exit status 1
    Problem trying to clone Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo11.git Error: exit status 128
    Problem trying to clone Repo: [email protected]:ORG/repo12.git Error: exit status 128
    

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: Fedora 34
    • Go Version: go version go1.16.5 linux/amd64
    • Git Version: git version 2.31.1
    • Ghorg Version: 1.6.0
    • Ulimit: DefaultLimitNOFILE=1024:524288

    Additional context I installed using the following command: go install github.com/gabrie30/[email protected]. I have this setup on Amazon Linux 2 as well and it works as expected, quick and efficient. It's using golang 1.15* however. It is oddly enough using ghorg 1.6.1, compared to the version getting pulled to the Fedora install, 1.6.0.

    opened by dasunsrule32 8
  • Running ghorg a second time to clone from gitlab asks for password

    Running ghorg a second time to clone from gitlab asks for password

    Describe the bug

    I'd like to backup all projects I can access from gitlab (gitlab.com).

    With ghorg I need to clone all groups seperately - it this correct? Or is there any way to clone really all groups that the token gives access to? (yes, this is somewhat unrelated question...)

    ghorg clone <group> works fine. Now when I want to update the backup it asks for user password a couple of times. I guess that's one for each concurrency access.

    On a further unrelated question: would this be the correct way to keep up-to-date backups? If "backup" is done via "--mirror" will it be kept up-to-date with git remote update?

    I tried with backup setting in config.yaml as well as without - same behaviour.

    I'm not sure what further information you need to reproduce the problem, so please ask.

    Expected behavior

    Should update cloned or mirrored repository.

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: [e.g. iOS] Linux
    opened by jeffrson 7
  • Clone repos from a group recursively

    Clone repos from a group recursively

    Hi,

    Maybe I missed something, but cloning gitlab group only pulls repos in the group itself. Subgroups are not cloned, is it expected?

    ghorg cone --base-url https://gitlab.company.org --scm=gitlab -p /work --token=$token --preserve-dir group_name

    Thanks! Roman

    opened by OperationalFallacy 7
  • Prompt for password when use api token

    Prompt for password when use api token

    Describe the bug When cloning from GitLab over https, I'm prompted to enter a password since the token is recognized as username.

    Screenshots The log is:

    +-+-+-+-+ +-+-+ +-+-+-+-+-+ |T|I|M|E| |T|O| |G|H|O|R|G| +-+-+-+-+ +-+-+ +-+-+-+-+-+


    • SCM : gitlab
    • Type : org
    • Protocol : https
    • Branch : master
    • Location : /home/osboxes/Desktop/
    • Concurrency : 25
    • Base URL : https://git.pl/api/v4
    • Backup : true

    118 repos found in 316


    7 repos found in my-org

    Password for 'https://[email protected]':

    Prompt for password multiple times.

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    OS: ubuntu [email protected]:~/d00b$ brew install gabrie30/utils/ghorg Warning: gabrie30/utils/ghorg 1.2.0 is already installed and up-to-date To reinstall 1.2.0, run brew reinstall ghorg

    I don't know how to install the latest version of ghorg :(.

    Additional context The used GitLab account is configured with 2FA.

    opened by Lolek1978 7
  • Allow an option to disable the automatic --preserve-dir behavior

    Allow an option to disable the automatic --preserve-dir behavior

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.

    Starting with v1.8.3, gitlab repos with conflicting names automatically trigger the --preserve-dir behavior and there doesn't appear to be way to turn that off. Prior to v1.8.3, gitlab repos with conflicting names are cloned into a directory with a incrementing number appended to disambiguate. For deeply nested gitlab groups where there aren't that many repo name conflicts, the behavior prior to v1.8.3 is desirable.

    Describe the solution you'd like

    Do not automatically trigger the --preserve-dir behavior. Only perform it if --preserve-dir (or the corresponding env var) has been supplied. Although this would be considered a BC breaking change. In the case that there are naming conflict, use the behavior from v1.8.2 which is to use a incrementing number suffix.

    Describe alternatives you've considered

    Afford a new optional configuration option, e.g. --disable-aumatic-preserve-dir (GHORG_DISABLE_AUTOMATIC_PRESERVE_DIRECTORY_STRUCTURE), to allow user to disable the implicit/automatic --preserve-dir behavior. This would maintain BC, but will be confusing. In the case that both --disable-aumatic-preserve-dir and --preserve-dir are supplied, this should probably be treated as an error.

    opened by sding3 6
  • Support cloning based on Language

    Support cloning based on Language

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. Sometime you want to clone only repos limited to your craft. e.g. if I'm a backend engineer I would like to clone only repos related to Go and PHP.

    Describe the solution you'd like Maybe we could parse a flag like GHORG_LANGUAGE which will actually be an enum containing all the supported languages of github/gitlab/.... Then based on this flag it will download only the repos that have as a base language this one.

    Describe alternatives you've considered

    Additional context Add any other context or screenshots about the feature request here.

    opened by giannisgrigorakos 1
  • Setup GitLab Enterprise integration tests to work with GitHub Actions

    Setup GitLab Enterprise integration tests to work with GitHub Actions

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. Currently no integration tests with Self Hosted GitLab community/enterprise

    Describe the solution you'd like Use the local-gitlab scripts https://github.com/gabrie30/ghorg/tree/master/scripts/local-gitlab to run as integration tests in a github actions workflow. It mostly works by running the command in the readme, but needs to be hooked into the GitHub action to run on pull request.

    Needs to run docker in docker inside GHA

    good first issue 
    opened by gabrie30 0
  • Proofread/Review/Feedback for README.md

    Proofread/Review/Feedback for README.md

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. Ensure the README.md understandable for users of all experience levels and domain expertise.

    Describe the solution you'd like Would be great to get some feedback on the readme to flush out anything that is unclear/not obvious and or spelling/grammar mistakes. Please open a PR for review.

    good first issue 
    opened by gabrie30 0
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