Git Large File Storage in Bitbucket
Work on a repository
- Clone a repository
- Work on local source files
- Push updates to a repo
- Work with pull requests
- Branch or fork your repository
- Manage unmerged branches
- Split a repository in two
- Set your username for Bitbucket Cloud actions
- Mark up comments
- Display README text on the overview
- Make a repo private or public
- Notify services about repo activities
- Use repository tags
- Edit online
- Git Large File Storage in Bitbucket
Bitbucket Cloud will soon release new pricing plans. Each plan will come with a set amount of free Git LFS file storage and you'll be able to buy additional storage. Until the new pricing becomes available we'll give you more storage for free.
We're also excited to announce the following improvements to Git LFS in Bitbucket Cloud:
- Enhanced file transfers with our custom Bitbucket LFS Media Adapter.
- File previews of LFS files inside of Bitbucket.
Manage huge files in Bitbucket with Git LFS
- Bitbucket Cloud supports the Git Large File Storage (LFS) extension.
- With Git LFS you'll get shorter clone and fetch times if you work with large files.
- Read our tutorial about Git LFS and how to use it.
Use Bitbucket and Git LFS together
- Enhance your file transfers with our custom Bitbucket LFS Media Adapter.
- View your LFS files inside of Bitbucket.
- See Atlassian's Git LFS for Bitbucket storage policy.
- Note that there's no limit on the LFS file size you can push to Bitbucket Cloud.
- There are workarounds for the current limitations with Git LFS for Bitbucket.
- Troubleshoot problems with Git LFS in Bitbucket.