This topic describes how to mirror a Bitbucket repository to Cloud Source Repositories. With this configuration, commits that you push to the Bitbucket repository are copied, or mirrored, into a repository hosted in Cloud Source Repositories.
Only Bitbucket Cloud and GitHub Cloud repositories can be mirrorred to Cloud Source Repositories; self-hosted Bitbucket and GitHub mirroring are not supported.
If you are mirroring your Bitbucket repository to Cloud Source Repositories to integrate with Cloud Build and do not need any other Cloud Source Repositories features, follow the Cloud Build instructions on building repositories from Bitbucket Cloud instead.
Before you begin
When you mirror a repository, you must provide Bitbucket authentication credentials. These credentials let Cloud Source Repositories access the contents of the Bitbucket repository.
It is recommended that you create a Bitbucket account that is specifically dedicated to automated tasks, such as mirroring a repository. This account must have administrative access to your repository.
Mirror a Bitbucket repository
This section shows how to mirror a Bitbucket repository to Cloud Source Repositories.
Create a mirrored repository
In this process, you need your Bitbucket machine user credentials to grant Google Cloud read access to the Bitbucket repository.
In the Google Cloud console, open Cloud Source Repositories.
Click Add repository.
The Add a repository page opens.
Select Connect external repository and click Continue.
The Connect external repository page opens.
In the Project drop-down list, select the Google Cloud project to which the mirrored repository belongs.
If you don't have a project, you can click Create project to create a project.
In the Git provider drop-down list, select Bitbucket.
Select the checkbox to authorize Cloud Source Repositories to store your credentials.
Click Connect to Bitbucket.
Sign in to Bitbucket with your machine user credentials.
Click Authorize GoogleCloudPlatform.
This option grants Google Cloud read access to your repository.
When authorization finishes, you're returned to the Connect external repository page. A list of repositories opens.
From the list of repositories, select the repository you want to mirror.
Click Connect Selected Repository.
The main repository page opens. This page contains a list of the repositories for this Google Cloud project, including the new repository you just created.
Identify Bitbucket repositories
Cloud Source Repositories makes it clear which of your repositories are mirrors of Bitbucket repositories:
- Each Bitbucket repository is represented with the Bitbucket logo.
- The name of the repository has
bitbucket_added to the beginning of its name.
Upgrade a Bitbucket connection
If you mirrored a Bitbucket repository by using an earlier GCP Console interface, Cloud Source Repositories prompts you to upgrade when you access your mirrored repository in the current GCP Console. Until the upgrade is completed, these prompts occur each time you access the repository.
You must have the Source Repository Administrator role to upgrade the connection. Upgrading the connection doesn't change the mirroring behavior of the Bitbucket repository.
In the GCP Console, open Cloud Source Repositories.
Navigate to the mirrored Bitbucket repository.
When prompted, click Upgrade Credentials to upgrade your connection.
Force a repository sync
After you set up mirroring, Cloud Source Repositories automatically syncs your repository with the mirrored repository when a user commits a change. Cloud Source Repositories lets you to view the last time your mirrored repository was synced and manually force a sync if necessary.
In the GCP Console, browse to the mirrored Bitbucket repository.
Click Settings settings.
The sync status is displayed.
To manually force a sync of the repositories, click Sync from Bitbucket.