When you install Bitbucket Server, you set up a
BITBUCKET_HOME directory. In this directory there is a folder called
shared/data which contains the git repositories.
See https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/bitbucket-server-home-directory-776640890.html for more information.
The names of the repositories and therefore the name of the repository folders are converted to numbers, so you cannot see directly which directory correspondsbyour repository. The mapping name-to-number is stored (beside other information like access rights) within the Bitbucket database. You can see the mapping (and therefore the path to your server-side pstored repository) on the "Settings" page of the repository within Bitbucket server (Value: "Path on disk" or anything like this).
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