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A few years ago, I deleted a code repository in my Bitbucket account, only for now to realize that I need access to the source code. Sadly, I have also deleted all local clones of the said repository.
Is there any chance that Atlassian maintains backups of old repositories, and a cache of my repo can be found on your server somewhere?
Thanks very much,
Hi @Paul Berg
In addition to what @Nic Brough -Adaptavist- has called out Atlassian backups are only held for 30 days.
I didn't say 30 days, but only because I didn't have the number. I just knew it wasn't long (I would have guessed at 30-90 if pushed), and that is was not years.
Thank you Vish, for finding it!
I am sorry that it's not a lot of help here, I do not think you have any way to recover really old stuff. If you ever think you might need to, then Vish's Revyz apps are well worth a look, they do a good job of keeping hold of stuff.
They do take backups, but they're only for disaster recovery and they're not retained for years. I'm afraid your code has gone.