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Update plan premium

Hello! Bitbucket recently announced the following to me:

Repository size exceeds limit

This repository is over the 4 GB limit and you are not able to push new commits. To resolve this, contact your repository’s admin.

For this reason I upgraded to the Premium Plan to get 10GB but I haven't found how to upgrade this plan or how it works for large files.

I read several atlassian articles on this subject but I find the "how does that 10 GB work".

Could someone help me to see how to proceed?

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Pramodh M Community Leader Jan 27, 2022

Hi @Abril Mendez 

Welcome to the Community!!

Can you navigate to your workspace settings to see if your repo is listed here?

LFS Settings.png

If it is present, you should be able to track LFS Size 

Additional Costing details here


Hello @Pramodh M 


Thank you 🙏  With this information, the 10GB make sense to me! 


Thank you so much! 😊 

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Pramodh M Community Leader Jan 27, 2022

Can you please mark the question as answered

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