I commitet one large file 3+GB to my git repo, then I deleted it (should have reverted it).
Now I can not push a new commit since it excceeds the 2GB hard limit.
first, I can not delete a branch from bitbucket, then I ran BFG locally and was able to thin it to 250 MB, but can still not push it.
Anyone have experience with this issue? How can I get ride of this issue?
Could you provide the repo`s name?
The BFG is a good practice to keep your repository size in a good shape.
When the repository hits the hard limit (2GB) BitBucket will not allow more push until the size is reduced.
Have a good day,
Lucas de Moura
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