The person who manages the site’s content contacted me to say that a handful of images weren’t showing on the site. Looking into this, I can see that the images in question (e.g. /src/uploads/microgreens.png) are listed in the Large media tab within the Netlify admin, but that the SHA given there is not what I see when navigating to the file within the GitHub repo… though it was correct in a previous commit. For the previous commit the correct image size is shown, whereas for the new SHA the size is listed as zero.
You can see the commit history for the above mentioned file here.
The SHA given by Netlify Large Media is ca02ddad3da70b9fbf80abc39fb5891f0780c3602c489b221226e2c9b02b3029 .
This change in the SHA has come about through Netlify CMS somehow, as I’m the only person who commits to the repo outside of Netlify CMS and I haven’t done so for a week or so.
I’m unsure why the SHA has changed and how it’s ended up seemingly out of sync with Netlify Large Media. But I’m also unsure how best to fix – I could just delete and re-upload the images in this instance, but I’m concerned about it happening again and would prefer to know how to get the SHAs back into agreement.