How to re-upload files to a non-LFS repository that were deleted from the LFS server?


I was running out of storage from LFS server, so I decided uninstall LFS, manually delete the files on the cloud bitbucket repository (since this cannot be done from the console) and then prune the LFS files from the local.

I was hoping these actions will make git recognize that those files were not anymore on the server so it would ask me to stage and commit them. But nothing happened.

How can I list all those files that were previously uploaded to LFS and make GIT recognize them again so I can commit as non-LFS files.


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