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Issue #7250 invalid

Git push slow speed

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Hi, I don't know if I'm at the right place for this but for quite some time now I've been having slow upload speed, currently under 10KiB/s writing objects. It makes push running for hours for relatively small size (20 MB)

Is this something I could fix on my end? My connection speed test return ~1 638.4 Kbps (204.8 KB/s)

Thanks for your help for making me like using Bitbucket.


Comments (16)

  1. Marcus Bertrand [Atlassian] staff

    It really depends on where you live and the network between us. We don't have any throttling for any reason and our connection is more than capable of matching your speeds.

    I'd advise trying a different network connection to compare, especially one with fewer traffic filters between us. If you want to help us track this, please report a traceroute to bitbucket support at support.atlassian.com.

  2. Matthias Bauer

    I have the same problem. Tried COLT, Deutsche Telekom and Kabel Deutschland without a difference. There is no firewall and no filtering on „my side“ either.

    Writing objects: 17% (14/80), 11.54 MiB | 26.00 KiB/s

    It’s been basically stuck for a few minutes now. Canceling and retrying does not make a difference. Basically the push starts out fast and then speed declines very rapidly.

  3. Kaharjan A

    I am having the same issues, I could checkout very quickly but too slow push. Cloning into 'git'... remote: Counting objects: 156094, done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (43595/43595), done. remote: Total 156094 (delta 115506), reused 150622 (delta 110685) Receiving objects: 100% (156094/156094), 36.57 MiB | 735.00 KiB/s, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (115506/115506), done. Checking connectivity... done

    git push -u origin master [3:42:47]

    Counting objects: 10336, done. Delta compression using up to 4 threads. Compressing objects: 100% (10230/10230), done. Writing objects: 0% (59/10336), 7.56 MiB | 4.00 KiB/s

  4. Marek Fort

    Same here. This is slow even with the new Git LFS. I get speed 120KiB/s. This is insane. It makes no sense to use LFS at all. My upload speed to other services like google is OK. Location: Europe.

    When I look at git connected sockets then it shows IP address which is in Atlassian in San Francisco. Ping to that IP takes 170ms! Ping to google server in the same area is 4ms. TraceRoute shows that the problem is caused by NTT America. Com'on Atlassian, buy better connection if you want to keep European customers.

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