We just set up a repository with LFS to handle version control of artwork, and we began to experience problems pushing:
Git LFS: (0 of 1 files) 0 B / 15.63 MB
LFS: Put https://gitlab.com/[*].git/gitlab-lfs/objects/b6ef63c527dc7832f941f7dfb3f68f33d6c4b182c8c2b5472b4e321a5180b27f/16385074: remote error: tls: bad record MAC
error: failed to push some refs to 'email@example.com:.git’
The push would go for a few “chunks”, stall and then restart. After several of these “retries”, it fails.
After splitting up my commits so that they only contain single PSD files, I was able to push 2 / 3 files to Gitlab.com, at 11 MB and 12 MB. However, the third has never succeeded, at 16 MB.
Looking at the various other discussions, I can’t determine whether there is actually a limit to single file’s size for push to an LFS repository, as implemented by Gitlab.
If there is, has anyone found a workaround?
Our fallback position is to use Github or Bitbucket, but we don’t have any experience using LFS on those services either. As well, all of our other code is already on Gitlab and we prefer to have everything on one service.