By publish directory, are you referring to the build folder generated when I run npm run build/netlify build?
I’ve just run a build and the images are found under build/static/media, and I’ve run the git lfs push --all origin command as well to no avail.
Publish directory: directory (relative to the root of your repo) that contains the deploy-ready HTML files and assets generated by the build. If a base directory has been specified, it should be included in the publish directory path. For example, if your base directory is set to site , the publish directory should include the site/ prefix like so: site/public . Visit the frameworks doc to learn about typical settings for popular tools.
When I examine the image files in the publish directory, none appear to be using Git LFS at all. Are you sure those files are tracked using Git LFS? This can be confirmed using the command below:
git lfs ls-files
Would you please run that command in the base repo directory and share the output with us?
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