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BitBucket Git LFS Push issues Edited

Using BitBucket Server 7.1.0 on Centos 7, Git 2.16.6.

When trying to push new files (~5.5MB) tracked under LFS, I receive the following error:

LFS: OID does not match file checksum [checksum]

When trying to clone/checkout the repo, I get the error:

Error downloading object: [path] (3d5273f): Smudge error: Error downloading [path] (checksum): [checksum] Object does not exist on the server: [404] Object does not exist on the server

It used to work, the repo has LFS files in it that I am able to check out on the older branches

I have tried pushing to a brand new, clean repo (in case the repo had become corrupted) but the new repo gives the same issue.

I still have the original files locally, so that is not an issue, I just want to be able to push to the server.

Any idea what could be the issue?





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