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    [Git] Hosting service with no size limit?

    Hello !

    I am searching for a Git hosting service (like BitBucket or GitHub) but with no size limit (eg. BitBucket limits repositories to 2Gb).
    Do you know any service like that with not size limitations?

    Thanks a lot !
    Unreal Engine Meetup Grand-Est
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    #2
    If you are willing to do some work you can get a server through Digital Ocean, they have a default image for Gitlab Community Edition and is currently what we use for Gobbo Games. The server costs me $20.00 a month and there are no limits on users and repository sizes because it is a dedicated cloud server. 8-}
    Quinton Delpeche
    Founder - Gobbo Games | Designer - The Colony 2174 (Board Game) | Developer - Riders of Asgard

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      #3
      You can use what [MENTION=22376]qdelpeche[/MENTION] suggested or you can use Gitlab first and see how it is. Why would you want a service with no size limit in the first place? Gitlab provides up to 10gb disk space per project and I think that is more than enough if you're an indie developer or if you're doing any small scale projects.

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        #4
        Originally posted by HADESM View Post
        You can use what [MENTION=22376]qdelpeche[/MENTION] suggested or you can use Gitlab first and see how it is. Why would you want a service with no size limit in the first place? Gitlab provides up to 10gb disk space per project and I think that is more than enough if you're an indie developer or if you're doing any small scale projects.
        The problem is that my projet is not a small project ^^ . Thanks I will take a look on that
        Unreal Engine Meetup Grand-Est
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          #5
          I see haha then you can try hosting your own server than

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            #6
            Originally posted by HADESM View Post
            I see haha then you can try hosting your own server than
            Yeah, why not? For the moment the 10 Gb from GitLab will be fine
            Unreal Engine Meetup Grand-Est
            All The Stuff for Your Console!

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              #7
              Please bare in mind that Git is not designed for binary files, also the repo will slow done near the 2GB mark. I would not use Git for the whole project, SVN, Mercurial (with large file support), Perforce or Plastic are better option to have the whole project in a single VCS.

              If you really want to use Git take advantage of the LFS system, not really fast either but you wont screw how git handles large files.
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