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Repository Size Warning persists after BFG cleanup

Hi,

after the warning "This repository's size is over 1 GB. If it reaches 2 GB, we'll restrict the repository to read-only access." popped up, I performed a cleanup with BFG deleting all the previously committed dependencies.

On my local mirror clone "git count-objects -v" shows

count: 0
size: 0
in-pack: 34850
packs: 1
size-pack: 44186
prune-packable: 0
garbage: 0
size-garbage: 0

After a push the warning persists the bitbucket size. Do I have to wait on something? Or push it to a new Repo?

Thanks for the help

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Hi Jonas! That operation can sometimes take a bit longer to take effect on the server. I've checked your Bitbucket Cloud account and I couldn't find any repo bigger than 1GB, can you let me know which repo are you referring to? Or is it in a different account?

Let us know!

Ana

Hi @Ana Retamal Ortiz could you please check that repo. This warning is still there and kind of makes me nervous. thx.

Hi Jonas! After running the git gc on the remote, the size decreased to 43MB. Sorry for the delay! Let us know if there's anything else we can help you with.

Cheers,

Ana

Thanks a million.

You're welcome Jonas, have a nice day!

Ana

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