I used bitbucket in the past for small privat projects. I really liked it and even would suggest it to colleagues.
After some weird Atlassian cloud migration all my repositories are gone. Some I might not be able to restore locally. I understand that I was no paying customer and should not expect much. But this is unacceptable. I'm out of here.
Yes, all the company source code everything has just disappeared from bitbucket. No messages, no explanation, absolutely nothing. Absolutely everything deleted with no explanation whatsoever. I'm the only person with access, and I haven't touched it in over a week.
What the hell.
Just discovered the same thing with several of my repos. The remaining ones are nw under "untitled project".
Trying to open a ticket butt am stuck here. I need to demo to a client and don't have backups locally. This could be a huge huuuge disaster worth many years of hard work :-(
when I realized this happened to me, I opened a ticket on https://getsupport.atlassian.com/servicedesk/customer/portals
They were pretty helpful, and they did have a backup of all my stuff, which they sent me.
In my case, the issue is that bitbucket dropped support for mercurial, and all my repos there were in mercurial. I converted the repos from mercurial to git, and recreated the repos. Nothing was lost. Hopefully, that was your case, too.
Now, of course, the lack of some notification when that happens (unless it got lost in spam) is pretty upsetting.
Just happened to me. Opened a support ticket. Hopefully they will retrieve my lost repros..
For some reason it failed to migrate google sign-in to my account. So now I can't access my previous account and it redirects me to the new one all the time
Agree with @Gabriele Basile - we've been working with the product for years and have never seem repos get randomly deleted. There is always a reason. Go in the project that contains the deleted repos and look (in settings) at the audit log - see if it shows any of the corresponding delete repo events.
Can you check if anyone with admin access is using REST API's and using remove commands.I suspect that is the main reason
Other reason is the directory where the repo is stored eg will be "46" in the data folder,those directories will be removed
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Yes, that's what happened. We got a report that a repo was missing. When I went into /shared/data/repositories, that repo was not there. I assumed it was just a mistake on the user's side, where he might have accidentally deleted the repo, but after further investigation we noticed others were missing as well.
i checked for the removal of directories from the backend repos path by removing the repo directory from shared/data/repositories.The repo will be still available in the front end in the UI,we cannot clone the repo by the way.Looks like in your instance the repo is completely removed by some command like REST API or using the delete repository command from the front end.
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