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Add support for Git LFS. #500

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envygeeks opened this Issue Dec 5, 2015 · 13 comments

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Please add support for git LFS. It would make building some images significantly faster since we can cache internet heavy pieces on Github and pull them into the context with Git LFS.

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ceturc Feb 24, 2016

I too would benefit from Git LFS support with the GitHub integration.

My big Docker projects have some large assets.

The present workaround, trying to manage curl/wget scripts inside my Dockerfile for larger assets, is brittle and doesn't scale, as I have to keep big files one place (via curl/wget) and my small files in GitHub.

It works best if all of my build assets (big and small) are in my GitHub repo.

ceturc commented Feb 24, 2016

I too would benefit from Git LFS support with the GitHub integration.

My big Docker projects have some large assets.

The present workaround, trying to manage curl/wget scripts inside my Dockerfile for larger assets, is brittle and doesn't scale, as I have to keep big files one place (via curl/wget) and my small files in GitHub.

It works best if all of my build assets (big and small) are in my GitHub repo.

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rafaelsoaresbr Apr 8, 2016

Any news about this request?
It would be nice to keep track of base image files.

Any news about this request?
It would be nice to keep track of base image files.

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bchr02 Aug 31, 2016

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I have a folder on my local computer that I can docker build... successfully, however when I moved the contents to a GitHub repository I needed to use LFS because some of the files were too big. So I did and pushed upstream to GitHub. I then tried adding this repository as an automated build within docker hub but it keeps failing on build...

bchr02 commented Aug 31, 2016

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I have a folder on my local computer that I can docker build... successfully, however when I moved the contents to a GitHub repository I needed to use LFS because some of the files were too big. So I did and pushed upstream to GitHub. I then tried adding this repository as an automated build within docker hub but it keeps failing on build...

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jmbmxer Sep 9, 2016

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I am also running into issues on Docker Hub when building images from a repo that uses git lfs. I will have to setup a wget workaround for now.

jmbmxer commented Sep 9, 2016

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I am also running into issues on Docker Hub when building images from a repo that uses git lfs. I will have to setup a wget workaround for now.

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donkeyx Sep 27, 2016

I am having the same problem. I have added a few rpm's using git-lfs, but it does not pull the files down, which then breaks the copy + build:

error: skipping https://git-lfs.github.com/spec/v1 - transfer failed

In my case, the repos are protected so I cannot just wget them either. I am so close to my first clean container and blocked right at the finish line :(

donkeyx commented Sep 27, 2016

I am having the same problem. I have added a few rpm's using git-lfs, but it does not pull the files down, which then breaks the copy + build:

error: skipping https://git-lfs.github.com/spec/v1 - transfer failed

In my case, the repos are protected so I cannot just wget them either. I am so close to my first clean container and blocked right at the finish line :(

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ghost Dec 20, 2016

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Please fix this - I can't use the Docker Hub build because of it!

ghost commented Dec 20, 2016

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Please fix this - I can't use the Docker Hub build because of it!

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delitescere May 23, 2017

Hi team - is there a particular obstacle to adopting this?

Does it just need someone in the community to take a crack at it?

Hi team - is there a particular obstacle to adopting this?

Does it just need someone in the community to take a crack at it?

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esperancaJS Mar 6, 2018

this is still very relevant

this is still very relevant

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Kodest commented May 19, 2018

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