Yes you can!
Configure the "repo_addresses=" in "splunkgit.conf" to be the absolute local path to your local git repository.
Read more on configuration here, then try it out!
Let me know if you have any problems by either replying here or creating a github issue.
- Petter, dev for splunkgit
I'm still not having luck with it... I've tried both:
The first is the bare repository whereas the second is the local copy containing the repository:
[server]# ls -a /applData/backups/netconfig/
. .. files .git
I simply don't see any data indexed. Is there anything I can do to get more detail on what's happening?
Too get more detail on what's happnening:
You can do a search for "index=internal fetchgit*" and you should see what's happening to the script that's indexing the git repository.
You can see something like what exit status it had, error message or (if successful) how much data was indexed