Git LFS is used to store large files outside your repository, but continue using them as if they were part of it. It’s a great way to maintain a small repository size for faster syncing and builds, while keeping the external services you rely on the same.
A great way to use Git LFS is to track your uploads path, so new asset files in the editor are stored there. Running
git lfs track "uploads/**" tracks all files inside of the
If enabled, adding files in the editor that match your configured Git LFS paths will sync through Git LFS, just as they would locally.
To enable Git LFS for your site:
By default, CloudCannon will not attempt to use Git LFS.