I just imported a GitHub repository into my Bitbucket Cloud project. Bitbucket reports the import was successful, no error messages.
Clicking an image just shows a loading spinner in the preview area. Spinning and spinning. Checking my browser's dev tools, I see a 404 error:
GET https://bitbucket.org/!api/internal/repositories/rockpaperscheme/imported-repo/lfs-info-by-path/<long GUID>/Images/Image.png 404
Anyone else run into this issue before? Any suggestions?
Based on the URL you provided, it looks that the image is tracked by LFS. Are all the images you have issues with tracked by LFS?
Bitbucket importer doesn't import Git LFS files, only the .git repo, so this may be the culprit.
If this repo is using Git LFS, instead of importing it, I would suggest:
1. Take a mirror clone of the repo
git clone --mirror <SOURCE-URL>
2. Fetch all LFS objects in your mirror clone, by executing the following command inside the directory of the mirror clone
git lfs fetch origin --all
3. Create an empty repo in Bitbucket, and then push to that from the mirror clone
git push --mirror <TARGET-URL>
git lfs push --all <TARGET-URL>
Is this something that works for you?
Hi @Dave Liao ,
You are right! I have raised this issue with the team responsible for the documentation and asked to include this info in the docs for the importer.
Thank you for the feedback, and I'm glad that you were able to make the import the way I suggested!
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