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Hi there,

I'm confusing about the storage. The plan said that a 1GB Git LFS. Is this 1GB include all of repository? Also, the limit of repository is 4GB. Is this 4GB mean all repository in a project or workplace?If No, what is storage limit of a user?

Best Regards,

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Theodora Boudale
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Mar 17, 2023

Hi Leon and welcome to the community!

Every repository in Bitbucket Cloud has a limit of 4 GB. This limit concerns the size of the core .git repo and not the LFS content. We don't have any limit on the amount of space that all .git repos of a project or a workspace use.

If you track files with Git LFS in a Bitbucket Cloud repo, these files are stored outside the .git repo on a different server. The limit of 1 GB Git LFS with the Free plan applies to the workspace, and it is shared across all the repos that belong to the workspace.

For example, if repo-a uses 300 MB of Git LFS and repo-b (belonging to the same workspace as repo-a) uses 500 MB of Git LFS, then the total of 800 MB is counted against the 1 GB Git LFS.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out!

Kind regards,

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