For projects in teaching and research, the IRZ operates GIT repositories on a central server which can be accessed also from outside the Department of Informatics to the authenticated users.
Inquiries and requests with details to the desired name, scope, and access permissions can be made informally to the user consultation.
Git Repositories on git.informatik.uni-hamburg.de
The iRZ has a GitLab server
git.informatik.uni-hamburg.de as a central storage for Git repositories.
In order to access existing repositories, or to create repositories of you own, you'll have to sign on to the web interface https://git.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/. Be sure to select LDAP authentication and enter your FB Informatik user name (e.g.
0bock) an. After a successful first authentication you are known in the GitLab server and can
- create up to 10 repositories (“projekts”) of you own in your user space
- or use course repositories if you have been granted access by course staff.
Access via HTTPS
You can access Git repositories with URLs like
https://git.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/<user></project>.git , e.g. copy the repository into your current directory:
git clone https://git.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/0bock/testrepo.git
Access via SSH
In order to access the GitLab-Server via SSH, you'll have to login to the web interface https://git.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/ and chose “Profile Settings → SSH Keys” to store your public SSH key. From then on you can access Git repositories with URLs like
firstname.lastname@example.org:<user>/<project>.git, e.g. copy the repository into your current directory:
git clone email@example.com:0bock/testrepo.git
Individual users may create up to 10 Git repositories in you own user space. If you are a course instructor or project manager, and want to create more than 10 individual repositories or group repositories, please ask the iRZ system management.