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Issue #2764 invalid

Don't allow to add 5-th member to repository

Oleg Lyakhoven
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I've deleted one user from my private repository and would like to add another one. But it doesn't work, because of message "Your private repositories are over their user limit. Committers have read only access." It's strange, because only 4 users have access to the repository.

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  1. Dylan Etkin

    Hi Oleg,

    You are counted as one of the 5 allowed users. If you have 4 other users you are sharing your repo with then this would be the five you are allowed and adding another would take you over the limit. Is this what you are seeing?

    If you have a total of 4, including yourself, and are unable to add a 5th, then I think we need to look into the issue as it may be a bug.

    Cheers,

    Dylan

  2. Dylan Etkin

    Hi Oleg,

    That does look strange. Do you have any access to your repos via groups? This would count towards your limit as well. Is all this access to just one repository or is it spread across multiple repositories?

    Cheers,

    Dylan

  3. Oleg Lyakhoven reporter

    No, I'm not participating in any groups.

    Is all this access to just one repository or is it spread across multiple repositories?

    Screenshot shows user access to only one repository.

    By the way, maybe it's because repository had 5 members, I deleted one and wanted to add another one. But I can't add.

  4. Dylan Etkin

    Hi Oleg,

    I have looked into this issue a bit and am confused as to why you are seeing the UI you are seeing.

    According to Bitbucket you have 5 users with access, including yourself. The five usernames are: [<User: imsashko>, <User: maectpo>, <User: poushkar>, <User: syzspectroom>, <User: webmil>]

    It looks like webmil is the one that is not in your screenshot.

    I am wondering if this is a caching but that you are running into. Are you still seeing the problem? I would like to see the html that is generated for your page. I don't think its a good idea to attach it here. Can you send a request to support@bitbucket.org and attach that file and reference this issue?

    I am sure we will sort this out, thanks for your patience,

    Cheers,

    Dylan

  5. Oleg Lyakhoven reporter

    Hi Dylan,

    yes, you are right, webmil was on the repository, but I removed him from repository from webinterface.

    Are you still seeing the problem?

    Yes, I do.

    Can you send a request to support@bitbucket.org and attach that file and reference this issue?

    I've just sent it.

    Not

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