I'm running Git on Windows and one of my repos is over 2 GB. I stupidly copied a large directory to my repo and (again, stupidly) pushed it to my repository. Now, over time, my repo has ballooned to over 2 GB and I can't push to it anymore.
I can't seem to fix this; I've run BFG, tried pruning the repo, etc. Nothing seems to work.
My last step is to delete the repo altogether and start over. Can anyone offer a suggestion on how to do this without having to blast the repo?
Hi Chris! I found your repo and run a git gc on it, the size has now decreased to 280.5 MB. We run an automated garbage collection in the remote, but sometimes you'll need to contact us to see the change immediately.
Are you able to push to your repo now?
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