What info did you put into Review Board to get it working without a local 
mirror Mark?  Did you use a http clone url or a ssh clone url (git@...) in the 
“Path” filed?  I’m definitely interested in ditching the local mirror if 
possible.

Walt

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Oh, by they way I did NOT have to use a local clone.

Cheers!
Mark

On Friday, December 20, 2013 11:05:02 AM UTC-8, 
markd...@gmail.com<mailto:markd...@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Walt. Yes, the service account worked once I installed the keys.

For some odd reason you can't just cut-and-paste the SSH key from RB to gitlab. 
You have to past into an editor, remove the newlines and paste into git. ugh. 
Not sure if it's a browser issue (I have FF/mac).

Then, just FYI, I got stuck on another problem: rbssh was installed in 
/usr/local/bin instead of /usr/bin. Not sure why the path changed from our old 
installation to this brand new 1.7.19 install. Checking the Usual Suspects. 
Anyway RB couldn't find it until I symlinked it back to /usr/bin.

Thanks for your help!

Mark

On Thursday, December 19, 2013 5:13:29 PM UTC-8, Javins, Walt wrote:
Hi Mark,

To the best of my knowledge, as of 2013-12-18, you must use a locally hosted 
clone to set up gitlab with review board.  The two tools will be able to 
integrate more directly once the following bug is fixed:

http://feedback.gitlab.com/forums/176466-general/suggestions/4566001-expose-raw-object-search-via-the-gitlab-api

I’d recommend creating a gitlab service account specifically for Review Board.  
That way, you can grant the RB account ‘Reporter’ permissions (read only) for 
any repository you want to set up for code review.  After this service account 
is created there are a couple more setup steps.  On your review board server, 
generate a ssh key (ssh-keygen) and add it to the new service account in gitlab

Once all this has been done, see the instructions here for setting up a local 
clone on the review board server:

http://www.reviewboard.org/docs/manual/dev/admin/configuration/repositories/#local-clone

On a related note, gitlab + review board seems to be a somewhat hot deployment 
right now.  I’ve seen several different threads discussing it within the past 
two months.

Walt

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Subject: How to add ssh key to gitlab ?

Hi, all. When adding a git repo to RB, how do you add the RB ssh key to the 
gitlab server ? I'm not sure which gitlab account to use.

If you don't specify an user/password to the git repo, does RB authenticate to 
gitlab as user "git" ?

Thanks
Mark
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