One of our developers have found out that they have mistakenly deleted a branch last month where we can find the data file in the backups but do not know how to open or import it.
BitBucket stores all the commits in \Atlassian\ApplicationData\BitBucket\shared\data\repositories\x\objects\y as some 38-character hex-value files - but how can you go about getting data out of them?
Grab the entire repo from your backup and copy it to a computer (\Atlassian\ApplicationData\BitBucket\shared\data\repositories\x). Clone it locally, and jump to the deleted branch:
git clone \path\to\copy\of\x cd x git checkout branch
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