I’m frequently finding myself at the limits of my GitHub LFS storage space. Here’s how I use BFG to do that. The following code clones a bare repo, drops anything bigger than 10m in the history, and pushes the update to GitHub.
git clone --mirror git://example.com/some-big-repo.git java -jar bfg.jar --strip-blobs-bigger-than 10M some-big-repo.git cd some-big-repo.git git reflog expire --expire=now --all && git gc --prune=now --aggressive git push
To run this, you need to know which repo is eating up your LFS storage. That’s actually not straightforward, since (as far as I can tell) there’s no quick way to see the storage for all of your repos.