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Git LFS: Where can I find the Bitbucket LFS Media Adapter?

The link for it in the git lfs help pages is broken.

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Hello @Jon Petter Åsen ,

The use of Media adapter is discouraged, and it is not available for download anymore.

Could you please link to the page that still refers to it? Looks like that was an oversight, sorry.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Cheers,
Daniil

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/troubleshoot-git-lfs-in-bitbucket-831652519.html

It is referred to under:

Error when pushing Git LFS file to Bitbucket

If the Media adapter is discontinued, is there any other recommendations when pushing large files (multiple GBs)? Use https instead of ssh?

Thanks for pointing to that page, we'll get it fixed soon!

 

If the Media adapter is discontinued, is there any other recommendations when pushing large files (multiple GBs)? Use https instead of ssh?

No, it shouldn't matter which protocol you use. LFS files are always transferred over HTTPS, no matter what protocol is used for the Git repository itself. We improved transmission of huge files over the last year, so hopefully there will be no issues with that.

So, no special recommendations, it should just work. Let me know if you face any problems.

Cheers,
Daniil

Hi @Daniil Penkin ,

I met the same problem when pushing large files (1.2GB, 700MB, etc.) to bitbucket. it was stuck with the following message:

Uploading LFS objects: 88% (7/8), 8.3 GB | 97 MB/s 

It kept uploading LFS object until the number jumped to ~15 GB and finally returned an "i/o timeout" error.

However, the total size of files I would like to upload is only ~2.2 GB.

Can you give some suggestions? Thanks!

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