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Get gitlab stats

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Get to the gitlab API and generates a report based on the pipeline builds. Creates a report for the pipelines of the last two weeks. (On the assumption that there are less than 100 push per 2 weeks)


Install via pip using:

pip install gitlab_stats

Local install with pip3:

pip3 install -e .

In order to make it work:

  • Create a GITLAB_TOKEN env variable with your access token.

Get the project ID

For the script to work, you will need to get the project ID of your gitlab project. It is a unique ID that is used by the gitlab REST API to store your project information.

Get it in [your project] > Settings > General > General project settings

General project settings

How to use

When installed you should be able to run it like that:

gitlab_stats <id> -u <your gitlab url> -p <your proxy>

Here is the help when gitlab_stats -h:

usage: gitlab_stats [-h] [-r] [-u URL] [-p PROXY] id

gitlab_stats: Generate a report from gitlab's pipeline metrics

positional arguments:
  id                    Put the id of the gitlab project

optional arguments:
  -h, --help                show this help message and exit
  -r, --report              Generate a csv report
  -u URL, --url URL         Put the url of your gitlab instance if different from
  -p PROXY, --proxy PROXY   Add the url of your proxy like

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