I have an nginx reverse proxy that has been running bitbucket for over a year now (on https://git.example.com and ssh://gitssh.example.com:7999). I just created a new instance of Bitbucket that has git lfs enabled (I didn't put LFS on the old instance because LFS is experimental for us now, and I didn't want to mess up production--turned out to be a good decision).
We setup the new instance and got it working (http://gitlfs:7990 and ssh://gitlfs:7999), and was verified using the following commands to download a 80MB file
git clone ssh://git@gitlfs:7999/proj/repo.git cd repo # Setup LFS git lfs install git config filter.lfs.smudge "git-lfs smudge --skip %f" git config filter.lfs.process "git-lfs filter-process --skip" # Check out the branch with a lot of files git checkout origin/develop # Pull a single file git lfs pull -I "File80MB.bin"
Everything worked fine. It was quick. Great.
So now we want to move it to that it uses HTTPS, which goes through the aforementioned nginx reverse proxy. I updated things one-by-one.
The BUT is that when I repeat the steps above, the `git lfs pull -I "File80MB.bin"` is now extremely slow. Slow to the point that it seems to lock up the bitbucket server for some time. In fact, the progress bar tends to overshoot if I wait long enough:
Git LFS: (1 of 1 files) 97.15 MB / 81.02 MB
Any ideas on what I might be doing wrong? Not being able to route through the reverse proxy greatly inhibits our ability to move git-lfs to production.
Thanks in advance
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