On Tue, Mar 05, 2013 at 10:14:42PM +0100, Jose Garcia Juanino wrote:
> Is there any hook in Git similar to start-commit subversion hook? The
> requirements would be:
> 1- A hook on the server side (as pre-receive)
> 2- It will execute the actions *before* the begin of transaction
> (pre-receive hook needs the references already pushed before).
> For example, it would be useful to refuse a push if the server has a
> high load.

If you are using Gitolite[1] then a PRE_GIT trigger could do this.

With plain Git you can achieve the same by specifying a custom shell for
the users logging in and performing the custom check when
git-receive-pack is being executed.

[1] http://gitolite.com/gitolite

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