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clarification on bitbucket pipelines bandwidth

hi,

i have a bitbucket repository of around 1.5 GB which should be transferred to my FTP server whenever there is a change in master branch.

i have used the default pipe "FTP-deploy" provided by bitbucket and i have a daily limit of 120 minutes.

even after the 120 minutes, pipeline trying to push the code to my FTP server it's still incomplete. i have rerun the same pipeline next day but i am unable to figure out whether it is pushing the code from last copied file or it is pushing again the repository from starting file.

i want to know the bandwidth provided by bitbucket for running pipelines, why my repository is not get pushed to my FTP server.

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