Does pipelines have any limitations on disk space used, etc?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Limitations of Bitbucket Pipelines (beta)

Some of my builds on Bitbucket Pipelines are failing.  I'm using Maven/Java, and oddly some of the surefire threads fail with ``The forked VM terminated without properly saying goodbye``, so this is just a shot in the dark as to why.  The same commit builds fine on Bamboo.

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Yes, there are limits. The most important one is probably the 2GB memory limit. You could try tweaking your VM settings to limit the amount of memory it can attempt to allocate (eg. using the -Xmx parameter). In the case of surefire it looks like you have it configured to fork a new VM, so be sure to check any settings related to both the original VM (running maven) and the forked VM that is running the tests.

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