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I can not commit my Git LFS files to bitbucket Edited

Hi,

I created a repository: 

I try to commit and push my project to it. It is with Git LFS and contains ~8GB of data.

I have entered my CC details in my profile. I expect that when I load more then 1 GB of data it will automatically charge me but will allow me to load more then 1 GB of data.

I use SourceTree to submit the files to bitbucket.

But when I push my files I receive the following error:
==========================================

Uploading LFS objects: 8% (54/712), 628 MB | 632 KB/s
Uploading LFS objects: 8% (55/712), 628 MB | 632 KB/s
Uploading LFS objects: 8% (55/712), 628 MB | 632 KB/s
Uploading LFS objects: 8% (55/712), 628 MB | 632 KB/s, done

batch response:
********************************************************************************
[ERROR] Your LFS push failed because you're out of file storage
[ERROR] Change your plan to get more file storage:
[ERROR]
********************************************************************************

batch response:
********************************************************************************
[ERROR] Your LFS push failed because you're out of file storage
[ERROR] Change your plan to get more file storage:
[ERROR]
********************************************************************************

batch response:
********************************************************************************
[ERROR] Your LFS push failed because you're out of file storage
[ERROR] Change your plan to get more file storage:
[ERROR]
********************************************************************************

EOF
write |1: The pipe is being closed.
write |1: The pipe is being closed.

==========================================

If I restart the push it will push ~50-200 MB and then fail with the same error. Can you please suggest how I can push the whole ~8GB of data in once batch?

Best regards,

 Evtim Todorov

1 answer

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Hello Evtim,

Welcome to the community, glad to help you on this post.

Going through the errors presented, it is stating that your current BitBucket instance is out of storage space and unable to accept the file(s) being uploaded. BitBucket initially allows you to have 1GB of LFS for free. Seeing as you have 8GB of data, you would required the Premium plan (This will give you 10GB of file storage). Here is the Plan details for BitBucket cloud:

These plans apply to individual accounts and teams. If you are looking at plans for your team, any admin on the team can update your plan and credit card details.

Plan typePrice (for each team or user account)Included

Free

$0 for up to 5 users

Build minutes: 50 minutes / month

File storage for LFS: 1 GB

Standard

$10 / month for first 5 users

$2 / user / month for additional users

Build minutes: 500 minutes / month

File storage for LFS: 5 GB

Premium

(Learn about our Premium plan)

$25 / month for first 5 users

$5 / user / month for additional users

Build minutes: 1,000 minutes / month

File storage for LFS: 10 GB

Features:

  • Merge checks
  • Smart mirroring
  • Access controls

Source Website

Upgrading you plan is a few click process. First you will need to navigate to https://bitbucket.org/account. Once there, on the left side under "PLANS AND BILLING" Select "Plan details". This will display what you currently have along with an "Upgrade plan" button. Select the "Upgrade plan" button to proceed with selecting your new plan.
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Let me know if this assist with resolving your issue or if you have any further questions.

 

-Stephen Sifers

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