We’ve had a gitlab.com repository with LFS for a while now, and everything used to work okay. However, yesterday, a lfs object file was pushed to the repository, but somehow the file was cut off, and it resulted in an access denied - the file was there, but it was too small (by a few kilobytes) and it couldn’t be accessed by anyone, just resulting in an “Access Denied” error.
We worked around this by going back a commit, and getting the files again and doing a fresh branch of master and merging back. However, now we have a new problem, and I have no idea if it is related to our problems yesterday.
Currently when trying to download lfs objects, I get a result of “LFS: lfsapi/client: refusing insecure redirect, https->http”
This worked fine just two days ago, and there has been no configuration changes in between. Only change has been the fact that one LFS object broke weirdly.
Anyone have any ideas?