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Confluence backup - Cloud to Cloud migration with oversized attachments

Tomislav Tobijas
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Jul 03, 2022


I have recently made a Confluence site backup (export) and I would need to now upload that file to another, new cloud site.

While export went smoothly, I cannot import the file due to cloud restriction which says that only uncompressed files up to 200 MB in size are allowed.

There are only a few attachments that are bigger than this, and I'm fine with losing them, but my question is - is it possible to locally (on device where you have downloaded export file) delete those attachments so I can upload this modified file?

Is it maybe possible to import the file into Confluence DC and then copy the content you need to the cloud (perform migration)?

I only need a couple of spaces from the whole site export file.

NOTE: It's not an option to create new site backups/exports, or export space-by-space from an old Cloud instance.

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