Long time Netlify user, but new to LFS and Netlify Large Media.
I have a site that I have set up for LFS using the directions at https://docs.netlify.com/large-media/setup/
I meet the requirements and limitations posted at https://docs.netlify.com/large-media/requirements-and-limitations/
I have a folder
/media/uploads with two images in it that seem to be registered properly with LFS
[thewellington:~/Sites … lingtonfamily.net/media/uploads] master+ ± git lfs ls-files 64d642c0c5 - media/uploads/img_20111203_093854.jpg a4909f7a27 - media/uploads/img_20111203_152040.jpg [thewellington:~/Sites … lingtonfamily.net/media/uploads] master+ ±
I have a URL that seems properly formatted when I view the source of the page that should display one of the images:
The page that views the image is at
yet image transformation do not seem to be working. I cannot convince this image that it should be any dimension other than it’s original dimensions.
I have checked that the Netlify build has Asset Optimization turned off.
I have checked the versions of the software I am running:
[thewellington:~] % node --version v13.11.0 [thewellington:~] % netlify --version netlify-cli/2.40.0 darwin-x64 node-v13.11.0 [thewellington:~] % git --version git version 2.21.0 (Apple Git-122.2) [thewellington:~] % git lfs --version git-lfs/2.10.0 (GitHub; darwin amd64; go 1.13.6) [thewellington:~] %
The repository is stored at GitHub
I have read through the following posts, following a couple of suggestions, but nothing worked
Is there anything else you need to know?
Thanks in advance for the help.