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What is the recommended RAM for Bitbucket? Edited

Hi community,


What it is the recommended RAM for bitbucket server on a Windows? 6 GB? It's for two people maximum.


Is there a way to limit to 6 GB? With a virtual machine?


I have 24 GB RAM but I need to deploy a web application to Tomcat that not needs lots of memory but I would appreciate to limit the Atlassian RAM memory.


Lot of thanxs.



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Hi @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_

Thanx for giving this link to the appropiated official webpage where find what are the bitbucket server requirements.


Like I'm only 1 person I think it going to be okay.

I am going to be very blunt about this.

Your response sounds sarcastic and dismissive to me.  I unreservedly apologise if I am wrong in my reading of that

But "appropriated" and "like I'm only 1 person think it going to be okay" strongly suggest that you don't think the docs given by the people who wrote the software give you a useful answer.  At the very least, you need to explain why you think they might be wrong. 

Better would be for you to explain where following the recommendations is failing.

No @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ what I would say is that thanx to give me a site to where find my solution. And that I'm 1 person on my team so It could not need lot of hw.

"Appropiated" I would say "apropiado" which is good for me.


Sorry if It not understable

Ah, ok, I did read the wrong tone from your response.

I am sorry.  I got it wrong.

I am glad the doc helped you.

Like Oriol Cantarell Sala likes this

@Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ no problem.


Is there any problem with me? When I do a question about Jira I get in in moderate state. Can I attach logs in questions?

I would guess that an anti-spam robot made a mistake.  We get a lot of attempted spam here, thousands of attempted posts every hour.  There are some automations that prevent most of them, but the community also has some robots that take a look at what gets through, and they do mis-identify some posts as spam.  One pattern they look for is sudden bursts of posting from a new user, especially if the content is very similar.

Logs attached in posts also is a flag for them, posts that have code or code-like text such as logs in them look like an attack and are hence more likely to be flagged for moderation.

I've removed your question from the spam bucket and had a swipe at answering it.  Because I've said "not spam", the robots are less likely to flag comments (with logs in) as dubious, so hopefully you should be able to post them on it fine.

Perfect @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ !


Nice response!


No problem and all understood.



@Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ I need your help in other question about Jira. I tried to ask but some person puts to in moderate not understanding why .


Feeling so nervous 


Sorry to all community.

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