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A Repository that I have has exceeded the 4GB limit imposed by Bitbucket.
I have pruned my local repository, but I think I need support to temporarily increase the size of my repository so that I can push the changes to the server.
What is the correct process to have this rectified?
Thank you in advance.
Hi @Shane Thomas,
I saw one repository over the 4 GB limit from the ones you have access to. I ran a git gc on it and its size is 1.6 GB now.
Does this agree with the size of your local repo if you run git count-objects -Hv ?
If you have rewritten history in your local repo to further reduce its size and haven't pushed these changes yet, please feel free to let me know when you do so I can run another git gc on the remote repo.