What kind of limits do you have on file/upload size?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: What kind of limits do you have on repository/file/upload size?

Despite the title of the referenced article, it doesn't say anything about file/upload size limits. What are they, if any?

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Jan 25, 2016

There should be no limitations on file size other than finding that you will get the standard performance issues when you have large files in a Git repo.

Correct, Bitbucket Server does not have limits (you provide your own hosting after all), but Bitbucket Cloud does (2GB max repo size).

Thanks for this clarification. What I was really wondering about was Bitbucket.org hosting. I'm not sure how to square this with Erik's comment. We are not providing our own hosting, but is Bitbucket.org the same as, or a part of, Bitbucket Cloud?

In any case, the referenced article tells about the repo size limit, but nothing about a file size limit. It sounds there is no file size limit on any variant of Bitbucket, correct?

Yes, Bitbucket Cloud == bitbucket.org

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