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I got a email about "On June 29th we are enforcing a storage limit of 25GB on all Bamboo Cloud instances.". I have to decide how much old artifacts must be removed and I want to find a total size of my artifacts before. The question is: how can I do that?
Actually, until recently you had to contact us for this information, but now there's a tool for checking the artifacts size only. Just access the following link:
Replacing 'instance.atlassian.net' by your instance.
Alternatively, you can click Cog Icon >> Overview >> Artifact Storage (left menu, under PLANS).
I hope it was helpful.
Jaime Kirch da Silveira
Atlassian Cloud Support
Huh - we just wound up doing something like a "du -sk" in the right directory, and it seemed a good enough approximation for our needs. I don't think that the artifacts are stored in the database - it'd be way to big to do that.
EDIT: Apologies - I didn't notice that this had "bamboo-cloud" tag. Please ignore my response.
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