When we finish a project, we' need to take off this project from the Bitbucket because we'd like to free space in the server.
My question is: Is there a way that I can export a project and archive them in another server to, if necessary, restore them?
It's easy to archive a repo: "git clone --mirror [url]". I don't know a way to archive a single project, but you could just archive all of its repos one at a time with "git clone --mirror".
Restoring a repo is two steps: 1.) create repo in Bitbucket 2.) git push --mirror [url]
Unfortunately, it does not archive all branches and tags though. For more information on its capabilities, see https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/stash-archive/overview.
Hope you find it useful,
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