I'd say - just try it out. Download the community version, install it on a 
VM and play with it a little.
The built-in issue tracker is rather simple, but it may just be enough for 
you.

There are alternatives, too - for instance Atlassian Stash (commercial) and 
even Gerrit (with main purpose of hosting Git reviews) can be used as 
repository manager, as it provides access control, too.



In reading about gitlab, looks like it does everything that I need, access 
> control. repository management, defect tracking etc., Is that true?
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