Commit fd823485 authored by Marcel Amirault's avatar Marcel Amirault Committed by Evan Read

Docs: Fix all anchors in Admin docs

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In this guide we will focus on configuring GitLab with Active Directory. [Active Directory](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active_Directory) is a popular LDAP compatible directory service provided by Microsoft, included in all modern Windows Server operating systems.
GitLab has supported LDAP integration since [version 2.2](https://about.gitlab.com/2012/02/22/gitlab-version-2-2/). With GitLab LDAP [group syncing](#group-syncing-ee) being added to GitLab Enterprise Edition in [version 6.0](https://about.gitlab.com/2013/08/20/gitlab-6-dot-0-released/). LDAP integration has become one of the most popular features in GitLab.
GitLab has supported LDAP integration since [version 2.2](https://about.gitlab.com/2012/02/22/gitlab-version-2-2/). With GitLab LDAP [group syncing](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/administration/auth/how_to_configure_ldap_gitlab_ee/index.html#group-sync) being added to GitLab Enterprise Edition in [version 6.0](https://about.gitlab.com/2013/08/20/gitlab-6-dot-0-released/). LDAP integration has become one of the most popular features in GitLab.
## Getting started
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The two Active Directory specific values are `active_directory: true` and `uid: 'sAMAccountName'`. `sAMAccountName` is an attribute returned by Active Directory used for GitLab usernames. See the example output from `ldapsearch` for a full list of attributes a "person" object (user) has in **AD** - [`ldapsearch` example](#using-ldapsearch-unix)
> Both group_base and admin_group configuration options are only available in GitLab Enterprise Edition. See [GitLab EE - LDAP Features](#gitlab-enterprise-edition---ldap-features)
> Both group_base and admin_group configuration options are only available in GitLab Enterprise Edition. See [GitLab EE - LDAP Features](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/administration/auth/how_to_configure_ldap_gitlab_ee/index.html#gitlab-enterprise-edition---ldap-features)
### Example `gitlab.rb` LDAP
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# Okta SSO provider
Okta is a [Single Sign-on provider][okta-sso] that can be used to authenticate
Okta is a [Single Sign-on provider](https://www.okta.com/products/single-sign-on/) that can be used to authenticate
with GitLab.
The following documentation enables Okta as a SAML provider.
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}
```
1. [Reconfigure][reconf] or [restart] GitLab for Omnibus and installations
1. [Reconfigure](../restart_gitlab.md#omnibus-gitlab-reconfigure) or [restart](../restart_gitlab.md#installations-from-source) GitLab for Omnibus and installations
from source respectively for the changes to take effect.
You might want to try this out on an incognito browser window.
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>**Note:**
Make sure the groups exist and are assigned to the Okta app.
You can take a look of the [SAML documentation][saml] on external groups since
You can take a look of the [SAML documentation](../../integration/saml.md#marking-users-as-external-based-on-saml-groups) on external groups since
it works the same.
[okta-sso]: https://www.okta.com/products/single-sign-on/
[saml]: ../../integration/saml.md#external-groups
[reconf]: ../restart_gitlab.md#omnibus-gitlab-reconfigure
[restart]: ../restart_gitlab.md#installations-from-source
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|Feature |GitLab tier |GitLab.com |
| ---------| :--------: | :-------: |
|**[Restrict SSH Keys](../README.html#administrator-documentation)**<br>Control the technology and key length of SSH keys used to access GitLab|Core+||
|**[Granular user roles and flexible permissions](../user/permissions.html)**<br>Manage access and permissions with five different user roles and settings for external users. Set permissions according to people's role, rather than either read or write access to a repository. Don't share the source code with people that only need access to the issue tracker.|Core+|✓|
|**[Enforce TOS acceptance](../user/admin_area/settings/terms.html)**<br>Enforce your users accepting new terms of service by blocking GitLab traffic.|Core+||
|**[Email all users of a project, group, or entire server](../user/admin_area/settings/terms.html)**<br>An admin can email groups of users based on project or group membership, or email everyone using the GitLab instance. This is great for scheduled maintenance or upgrades.|Starter+||
|**[Restrict SSH Keys](../security/ssh_keys_restrictions.md)**<br>Control the technology and key length of SSH keys used to access GitLab|Core+||
|**[Granular user roles and flexible permissions](../user/permissions.md)**<br>Manage access and permissions with five different user roles and settings for external users. Set permissions according to people's role, rather than either read or write access to a repository. Don't share the source code with people that only need access to the issue tracker.|Core+|✓|
|**[Enforce TOS acceptance](../user/admin_area/settings/terms.md)**<br>Enforce your users accepting new terms of service by blocking GitLab traffic.|Core+||
|**[Email all users of a project, group, or entire server](../user/admin_area/settings/terms.md)**<br>An admin can email groups of users based on project or group membership, or email everyone using the GitLab instance. This is great for scheduled maintenance or upgrades.|Starter+||
|**[Omnibus package supports log forwarding](https://docs.gitlab.com/omnibus/settings/logs.html#udp-log-forwarding)**<br>Forward your logs to a central system.|Starter+||
|**[Lock project membership to group](../workflow/groups.html#lock-project-membership-to-members-of-this-group)**<br>Group owners can prevent new members from being added to projects within a group.|Starter+|✓|
|**[Lock project membership to group](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/group/index.html#member-lock-starter)**<br>Group owners can prevent new members from being added to projects within a group.|Starter+|✓|
|**[LDAP group sync](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/administration/auth/ldap-ee.html#group-sync)**<br>GitLab Enterprise Edition gives admins the ability to automatically sync groups and manage SSH keys, permissions, and authentication, so you can focus on building your product, not configuring your tools.|Starter+||
|**[LDAP group sync filters](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/administration/auth/ldap-ee.html#group-sync)**<br>GitLab Enterprise Edition Premium gives more flexibility to synchronize with LDAP based on filters, meaning you can leverage LDAP attributes to map GitLab permissions.|Premium+||
|**[Audit logs](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/administration/audit_events.html)**<br>To maintain the integrity of your code, GitLab Enterprise Edition Premium gives admins the ability to view any modifications made within the GitLab server in an advanced audit log system, so you can control, analyze and track every change.|Premium+||
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- [Job artifacts](job_artifacts.md): Enable, disable, and configure job artifacts (a set of files and directories which are outputted by a job when it completes successfully).
- [Job traces](job_traces.md): Information about the job traces (logs).
- [Register Shared and specific Runners](../ci/runners/README.md#registering-a-shared-runner): Learn how to register and configure Shared and specific Runners to your own instance.
- [Shared Runners pipelines quota](../user/admin_area/settings/continuous_integration.md#shared-runners-pipeline-minutes-quota): Limit the usage of pipeline minutes for Shared Runners.
- [Shared Runners pipelines quota](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/admin_area/settings/continuous_integration.html#shared-runners-pipeline-minutes-quota-starter-only): Limit the usage of pipeline minutes for Shared Runners. **[STARTER ONLY]**
- [Enable/disable Auto DevOps](../topics/autodevops/index.md#enablingdisabling-auto-devops): Enable or disable Auto DevOps for your instance.
## Git configuration options
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## Set the maximum file size of the artifacts
Provided the artifacts are enabled, you can change the maximum file size of the
artifacts through the [Admin area settings](../user/admin_area/settings/continuous_integration.md#maximum-artifacts-size).
artifacts through the [Admin area settings](../user/admin_area/settings/continuous_integration.md#maximum-artifacts-size-core-only).
## Storage statistics
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## Overview
Prometheus works by periodically connecting to data sources and collecting their
performance metrics via the [various exporters](#prometheus-exporters). To view
performance metrics via the [various exporters](#bundled-software-metrics). To view
and work with the monitoring data, you can either
[connect directly to Prometheus](#viewing-performance-metrics) or utilize a
dashboard tool like [Grafana].
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## Migrate to Object Storage
After [configuring the object storage](../../uploads.md#using-object-storage) for GitLab's uploads, you may use this task to migrate existing uploads from the local storage to the remote storage.
After [configuring the object storage](../../uploads.md#using-object-storage-core-only) for GitLab's uploads, you may use this task to migrate existing uploads from the local storage to the remote storage.
>**Note:**
All of the processing will be done in a background worker and requires **no downtime**.
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If the repository check fails for some repository you should look up the error
in `repocheck.log`:
- in the [admin panel](logs.md#repocheck-log)
- in the [admin panel](logs.md#repochecklog)
- or on disk, see:
- `/var/log/gitlab/gitlab-rails` for Omnibus installations
- `/home/git/gitlab/log` for installations from source
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> **Notes:**
> - Liveness and readiness probes were [introduced][ce-10416] in GitLab 9.1.
> - The `health_check` endpoint was [introduced][ce-3888] in GitLab 8.8 and will
> be deprecated in GitLab 9.1. Read more in the [old behavior](#old-behavior)
> section.
> - [Access token](#access-token) has been deprecated in GitLab 9.4
> - The `health_check` endpoint was [introduced][ce-3888] in GitLab 8.8 and was
> be deprecated in GitLab 9.1.
> - [Access token](#access-token-deprecated) has been deprecated in GitLab 9.4
> in favor of [IP whitelist](#ip-whitelist)
GitLab provides liveness and readiness probes to indicate service health and
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As a GitLab user you'll have access to all the features
your [subscription](https://about.gitlab.com/pricing/)
includes, except [GitLab administrator](../README.md#administrator-documentation)
includes, except [GitLab administrator](../administration/index.md)
settings, unless you have admin privileges to install, configure,
and upgrade your GitLab instance.
Admin privileges for [GitLab.com](https://gitlab.com/) are restricted to the GitLab team.
For more information on configuring GitLab self-managed instances, see [Administrator documentation](../README.md#administrator-documentation).
For more information on configuring GitLab self-managed instances, see [Administrator documentation](../administration/index.md).
## Overview
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# Conversational Development Index
> [Introduced][ce-30469] in GitLab 9.3.
> [Introduced](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/30469) in GitLab 9.3.
NOTE: **NOTE**
Your GitLab instance's [usage ping][ping] must be activated in order to use this feature.
Your GitLab instance's [usage ping](../admin_area/settings/usage_statistics.md#usage-ping-core-only) must be activated in order to use this feature.
The Conversational Development Index (ConvDev Index) gives you an overview of your entire
instance's adoption of [Concurrent DevOps](https://about.gitlab.com/concurrent-devops/)
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This displays the usage of these GitLab features over
the last 30 days, averaged over the number of active users in that time period. It also
provides a Lead score per feature, which is calculated based on GitLab's analysis
of top-performing instances based on [usage ping data][ping] that GitLab has
of top-performing instances based on [usage ping data](../admin_area/settings/usage_statistics.md#usage-ping-core-only) that GitLab has
collected. Your score is compared to the lead score of each feature and then expressed as a percentage at the bottom of said feature.
Your overall index score is an average of all your feature score percentages - this percentage value is presented above all the of features on the page.
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Usage ping data is aggregated on GitLab's servers for analysis. Your usage
information is **not sent** to any other GitLab instances. If you have just started using GitLab, it may take a few weeks for data to be
collected before this feature is available.
[ce-30469]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/30469
[ping]: ../admin_area/settings/usage_statistics.md#usage-ping
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When a member leaves the team all the assigned [Issues](project/issues/index.md) and [Merge Requests](project/merge_requests/index.md)
will be unassigned automatically.
GitLab [administrators](../README.md#administrator-documentation) receive all permissions.
GitLab [administrators](../administration/index.md) receive all permissions.
To add or import a user, you can follow the
[project members documentation](../user/project/members/index.md).
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