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Script to pull a local copy of all repos in a workspace

Being forced to move up to the cloud bitbucket offering, I want a script to ensure all repos from a cloud bitbucket workspace are regularly pulled to our local server where we can run a full backup.

Can anyone help provide a (windows) script to do this? Or a script we could run on our local bamboo build server to ensure a regular local copy is retained.

It would need to pull all repo's based on the workspace and I would prefer not to have to manually add a new pull each time a new project or repo is created.


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Thanks for the feedback.
For now, I have gone with a slightly different tool:

SCM Backup: SCM Backup (

Seems to do what I need (for now) although I am starting to realise that like most remote hosting, having to move our Bitbucket, Jira and Confluence to the hosted cloud offering is definately NOT cheaper than self-hosting!

Hi Chris! 

To run Bitbucket backups, you can do the following: 

1. Using git clone Command-line Script. To use this command, you must have Git installed on your terminal. You can read more about it here.

2. You can use bbbackup. It's used as a backup solution for cloud-to-local repository cloning. It’s written in Python, which means to use it you need to have Python installed on your machine.

3. You can use third-party automated and compliant backups like Rewind that are compatible with Atlassian's shared responsibility model

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