The repository contains a bunch of images and video stored on Github LFS. Yesterday I discovered that 3 files weren’t actually on LFS so I migrated them using git lfs import --no-rewrite. Here is the commit
On Netlify side that didn’t worked well, the file available on the site was only the LFS descriptor. So I want the hard route, I deleted the files and recreated them (I also renamed them as there was a typo).
BUT the files on Netlify are still wrong, for example this one, the video doesn’t play and if you download it you will get a 133 bytes LFS descriptor file.
Other files like this one are working, as well as the culprit before I tried this migration.
How to fix this ?
(note: I created a similar issue yesterday but deleted it because I though I did actually corrupted the repository, but it’s not the case)
@katrina-r I am not using Netlify Large Media, I am using a standard Github LFS repository as source for deployments (with GIT_LFS_ENABLED env variable). So I don’t think any of the troubleshootings apply.
The reason is I want original files to stay on Github. It worked perfectly until I migrated these three particular files.