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Compressed artifact size is larger than upload limit in bitbucket pipeline

Hi I have enabled Lfs in pipeline configuration.yml file and I started to build but when I want to upload artifact it just skips and stops uploading of artifact nps.PNG

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Jeroen De Raedt
Atlassian Team
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Nov 18, 2018

Hi @vikas raavi

Git LFS only has an impact on whether Pipelines should clone the files from LFS storage on initial clone. This is separate to the size of the artifacts that are passed around between the steps of your pipelines. 

Unfortunately, at this point we don't support larger limits for artifacts. Feel free to raise a feature request here:

Alternatively, you could look into making your artifact smaller, or split it across multiple artifacts? 

What is the limit for an artifact size?

Hi @Jeroen De Raedt

If my build step produces 2 files, each 600mb, is it possible to configure the pipeline to "split it across multiple artifacts"?

Or do I need to re-engineer my build into 2 steps that create 1 file per step?

I'd really appreciate some example yml if it's possible.

Thanks in advance.

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