Migrate git repository to bitbucket Edited

I have my code (including a lot of branches) in my Git repository that I want to move to bitbucket. The size of the repo is more than 6 GB, so I want to use Git LFS for my large binary files. How do I migrate my repo to bitbucket?

If I just take a mirrored copy, I cannot add large files to Git LFS and when I push the entire code to bitbucket, it becomes read-only because it has reached the soft and hard quota limit.

If I clone the entire repository, how do I add files to git lfs and then push them to a new bitbucket repository including the branches and tags?


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Thanks but this does not tell me what I need. This tells me how to migarte from Github to bitbucket, but I cannot do not when I want to add files to LFS before I push files to bitbucket.



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