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Migrate code from Bitbucket to GitHub

i am trying to import a repository from bitbucket to GitHub & i get an email that the importing is failed.

when i contacted them they say that its the issue with large files but i do not see them in the repo. 

We checked the logs and it seems you are running into a large file issue. Specifically, the repository failed to import because of large objects (greater than 100 MB) included in the repository history.

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Mar 17, 2022

Have a look at this post, is shows you a git command that you can run to get a list of large files in a repo.

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