SourceTree refreshing repo gets out of memory error

So I have a large repository with large files in it. I have been working on a few things in my local branch for the past few days and just decided today to push everything. Unfortunately, opening up SourceTree gets me an out of memory error and it doesn't show my local changes. I tried changing a few memory allocation sizes in the config files without luck. What am I doing wrong ? Something I can do ?

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Doing a manual "git add" + "git commit" command line fixed the problem.

Depending on where you're pushing your repo, you might see if Git LFS (Large File Storage) might help.

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