The Hound code search engine is deployed in our infrastructure to service all OpenStack repositories.
At a Glance¶
Hound is configured to read projects from a config.json file that is automatically generated from the Gerrit projects.yaml
Hound uses ‘git pull’ to keep repos in sync. If a force push is ever used to correct an issue in a repo, then hound will not be able to pull or index those changes. The only way to detect this is to look in /var/log/hound.log. The error message looks like hound attempting to update the repo and getting a ‘remote host hung up’ message. The issue can be corrected by an infra-root removing the relevant hound data directory. Hound will re-clone with the new history.