I am trying to push a local repo (initial commit) into BitBucket using SourceTree. SourceTree gives the following error:
413 Request Entity Too Large
However, the largest file in my repo is 995kb and I get this even if I exclude it. The entire repo is about 36mb.
I set the http.postBuffer to some arbitrarily large value in my local git.
LFS is enabled in the repo.
I get the same error from command line.
TIA for any help.
If you have a reverse proxy like Apache or Nginx sitting in front of the Bitbucket application, and you are attempting to push to http:// or https:// you'll likely have to tweak a parameter in your reverse proxy.
To follow on Justin's point, we just resolved this issue for one our clients. We did so by updating the following to the NGINX Configuration:
Apache has a similar setting I believe that needs to be updated as well.
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