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Read-only namespaces

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On, a top-level namespace is placed in a read-only state when it either:

While a namespace is in a read-only state, a banner appears at the top of the page.

Your ability to write new data to read-only namespaces is restricted. For more information, see Restricted actions.

Remove the read-only state

To restore a namespace to its standard state, you can:

Restricted actions

Feature Action restricted
Container registry Create, edit, and delete cleanup policies
Push an image to the container registry
Merge Requests Create and update an MR
Package registry Publish a package
Repositories Add tags
Create new branches
Create and update commit status
Push and force push to non-protected branches
Push and force push to protected branches
Upload files
Create merge requests
CI/CD Create, edit, admin, and run pipelines
Create, edit, admin, and run builds
Create and edit admin environments
Create and edit admin deployments
Create and edit admin clusters
Create and edit admin releases
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When you try to execute a restricted action in a read-only namespace, you might get a 404 error.

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