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Ignore folder in artifacts Edited

Hi!

bitbucket-pipelines.yml - https://monosnap.com/file/dkYQG2zaf2VqCYQOVy8QJgRa6kI1Bb

This is a build result https://monosnap.com/file/LS1wJkUlsoyvEtXOWRlCnaTqbs7Wlv from bitbucket.

Previously, the size of the artifacts was such https://monosnap.com/file/LG0TaLvLQpL3KqcXteRkS5J5lXUohz, but the bitbucket-pipelines.yml did not change.

This is a build result  https://monosnap.com/file/bz4fXFiZjqglEEBLfYOptsw9vJJF9F from local.

Why is the folder "dist' ignored in build artifacts?

Folder size - https://monosnap.com/file/3oETwjxlklUaTHVwQmHJN0vneSNFo5.

Is there a size limit? How to avoid them?

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Hello,

The folder size of an artifact is 1GB. Which seems to be a lot larger than the output of your local folder.

My initial suspicion is that the 'dist' folder is not being created in Pipelines.

Can you add a `ls -aRl .nuxt` command to the end of your script and see if the folder is being created.

Thanks,

Phil

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