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I am currently working on creating a secret scanning script for Bitbucket Cloud.
For this I am using the Bitbucket API to access the repository data .
The problem is that the API accepts a maximum of 1000 requests and I easily exceed this limit.
I have the following questions:
Thanks in advance for your answer.
Hi @Mattice Struyve and welcome to the community!
The rate limits for authenticated calls are measured against the user ID of the authenticated user in the API calls:
In Bitbucket Cloud, these limits apply to all users, regardless of the billing plan of their workspace(s).
As Nic mentioned, the solution is to make fewer calls; the limits cannot be raised.
Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
Premium Bitbucket has a higher limit, but it's still limited. The solution is for you to make fewer calls from your code.
I'm sorry, faulty memory - they used to be different, but standard limits have now been raised to the same level as premium, so there is no difference any more.
See what @Theodora Boudale wrote - that's exactly what you need to read!