Storage policy for Git LFS with Bitbucket




Each Bitbucket Cloud pricing plan comes with a set amount of Git LFS file storage, but you can buy additional storage.

How much storage do I get with my pricing plan? 

Below are the storage allocations for the different user tiers available on Bitbucket:

Account plan Storage limit
Free (up to 5 users) 1 GB
Academic 5 GB
Standard (5+ users) 5 GB
Premium (5+ users) 10 GB

Navigate to Settings > Git LFS from your account menu in Bitbucket to check your available storage.

Note that there's no limit on the LFS file size you can push to Bitbucket Cloud.

How much does additional storage for Git LFS cost?

Once users who push to your team or account repositories have gone through the available storage, you can pay for additional storage in units of 100 GB. If you use beyond what's included with your plan, we'll automatically add more storage as shown in the following table:

Additions Price
100 GB of file storage Your monthly bill goes up $10.

Learn more about the new Bitbucket pricing model. For more questions on how additional storage works, refer to our Billing FAQs.

How can I reclaim LFS space in my account?

Read how to Delete Git LFS files from a repository to reclaim LFS space in your account.

Acceptable Use Policy

Atlassian has an 'acceptable use' policy that applies to all websites owned or operated by Atlassian, including Bitbucket.org. Basically, we wrote this to help us help you and your team do the best work of your lives, every day.

Read more about the Atlassian Acceptable Use Policy.

Last modified on Apr 25, 2018

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