Strip fails (Message: Bundle file not created.)

I just tried to strip the changeset 9470ff75558da6469a844b708f1339d565f5149c from my repository https://bitbucket.org/rbdl/rbdl-backup. At bitbucket.org also claims that it worked, yet gives the message "Bundle file not created".

However when revisiting the repository the strip has not been done.

Is there anything I can do?

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This is a known issue and this should be reported to support.atlassian.com under the Bitbucket project as only support can fix this for you. Be sure to include the repo URL and the changeset information when doing so.

Thank you for your answer. Unfortunately I cannot access the issue at https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BB-6715, even after a registration at both https://jira.atlassian.com and http://support.atlassian.com/. Is there a way to track progress on this issue or get any hints on workarounds?

Once you create the issue on support.atlassian.com I'll be able to confirm a few things with you in private, then strip the changeset for you. Please create a new issue on support.atlassian.com under the Bitbucket project.

Thank you for stripping the changesets!

Just if others run into this trouble: stripping of changesets if comments or pull requests are associated with them. If this is the case for you, you have to issue as described in the comment above.

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