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The diff for this file is too large to render

Hi,

I'm getting 

The diff for this file is too large to render error

anyone can help me.

Thanks,

Kishore

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Hi Kishore,

It looks like you are exceeding the "page.max.diff.lines" default value (10,000). You are welcome to increase this value, but do know that doing so will potentially affect the performance of your instance depending on how much you intend to increase it by.

Let us know if you have any issues after adjusting the value/restarting your application.

Cheers!

We are getting "The diff for this file is too large to render " while trying to open file in pull request, how do i change the file  page.max.diff.lines size  ?

Hey @Tamir Guthman

The "page.max.diff.lines" is set within the local "bitbucket.properties" config file that is stored within the Bitbucket Home Directory. You'll need to access the bitbucket.properties file and update it as per this article and then restart your Bitbucket server/dc instance.

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