Max Size Per Repo?


#1

Just trying to weigh up my options for git hosting. Been using bitbucket and gitlab on and off like a distro hopper.
What I need to know is the max repo size for a free user + LFS storage. I am intending to use it for Unreal Engine projects.

I asked pretty much the same question over at BitBucket and I was told “In Bitbucket Cloud you have a limitation of 2GB per repo. If you enable LFS, you’ll get 1GB for your LFS files for free”

So how does Gitlab compare to that?

EDIT: According to this page… The max repo size on Gitlab.com is 10GB. Does that include LFS?

Cheers all!


#2

I’d like to know this too as I have an Android open source build I want to host on here. It’s around 5GB and almost 400,000 files.

I tried to git commit it but I get an error which leads me to believe there are too many files.


#3

If you’re talking about the hosted solution, then yes, it’s 10 GB for repository, artifacts and LFS.

There is however an open issue with a feature proposal for users to purchase more storage: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/47303