Push log entries show:
- Who initiated the push
- Whether it was a force push or not
- The branch someone pushed to
- The protocol used to push
- The originating IP address
- The Git client used to push
- The SHA hashes from before and after the operation
Viewing a repository's push logs
- Sign into GitHub Enterprise Server as a site administrator.
- Navigate to a repository.
- In the upper-right corner of the repository's page, click .
- In the upper-right corner of the page, click Security.
- In the left sidebar, click Push Log.
Viewing a repository's push logs on the command-line
SSH into your GitHub Enterprise Server instance. If your instance comprises multiple nodes, for example if high availability or geo-replication are configured, SSH into the primary node. If you use a cluster, you can SSH into any node. For more information about SSH access, see "Accessing the administrative shell (SSH)."
$ ssh -p 122 admin@HOSTNAME
In the appropriate Git repository, open the audit log file:
ghe-repo OWNER/REPOSITORY -c "cat audit_log"