I'm generally aware of the differences between centralized source control (Perforce, SVN) and decentralized source control (GIT) but all of the topics I've found consider 1GB to be large projects. Is a 2TB project even worth glancing at BB?
The maximum repository size for Bitbucket is 2GB, so if your repositories are bigger than that you won't be able to import them.
Also, it's worth noting that DVCS systems are not good candidates for storing binary files or executables. For binary or executable storage we recommend you to enable LFS (Large File Storage), you can learn more at Git Large File Storage and Storage policy for Git LFS. Alternatively, you can look into file hosting services such as DropBox, rsync, rsnapshot, rdiff-backup, and so forth.
For more info you can read What kind of limits do you have on repository/file/upload size?
I hope this gives you a good overview. If you have any questions, please let us know!
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