I've found multiple resources that explain how to delete LFS files, but I can only figure out how to delete files one by one. I have over 500 pages of files to delete so that'd take forever; is there a way to select them all to delete?
The resources I've seen already:
Alright I think I figured this out for myself: I realized I could prune my local repo, delete the remote repo, then push my local repo to get it back on remote. Kinda roundabout, wish you could just delete lfs on remote without deleting the entire repo, but it seems to have worked.
Well I now have 0 LFS files anyway; storage space was not recovered though. According to this issue, that's a bug I should submit a ticket about:
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