Recovery process overview

Recovery process overview

This article contains information about group recovery process in GitLab

Recovery process overview

In general, GitProtect allows you to restore your groups to any Git service or localhost (any physical device).

Moreover, you can decide, which metadata you want to restore - you're not obligatored to restore the whole group.
See the following article, to get information about cross-recovery options in GitLab:

And also:


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