we have some files in our repositories that got added to lfs. When starting a new environment they are not automatically loaded despite setting the auto_fetch_lfs setting.
calling either ‘git lfs pull’ or ‘renku storage pull data/’ will fetch and load the data, but also stage them to be added to git:
git status On branch master Your branch is up to date with 'origin/master'. Changes to be committed: (use "git restore --staged <file>..." to unstage) modified: file1 modified: file2
git lfs status On branch master Objects to be pushed to origin/master: Objects to be committed: data/file1 (LFS: hash1 -> Git: hash1) data/file2 (LFS: hash2 -> Git: hash2)
The project has been created from the most recent r template (renku/renkulab-r:4.0.5-0.8.0)
What I would expect to happen is that the data is automatically available with the auto fetch, and that there are no staged files trying to add the large files back to git? Admittedly though the files are not part of a dataset.