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Git gc for remote repo

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@Theodora Boudale

I hope you are well.

I ran git gc for my repo https://danielSSantosTorres@bitbucket.org/danielssantostorres/devops-21-22-atb-1211757.git , and returns the size of 121.66 MiB.

Despite that, Bitbucket warns that repository size is 2.68gb / 4gb.

Can you check and update the repo's size on Bitbucket?

Many thanks.

Daniel Torres

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Hi Daniel,

Of course! I ran git gc for your remote repo and its size is 122.6 MB now.

Please feel free to let me know if you can see the updated size and if you need anything further.

Just a heads up, I moved your post to a new question. We encourage users to create a new question when they need help with an issue because it can become difficult to address multiple users' issues in a single question, and also because a new question will be visible to the rest of the Atlassian team as well.

Kind regards,
Theodora

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