When you add a new type of large file to your repository,
you’ll need to tell Git LFS to track it by specifying a pattern using the
git lfs track command:
$ git lfs track "*.ogg" Tracking *.ogg
Note that the quotes around
"*.ogg" are important.
Omitting them will cause the wildcard to be expanded by your shell,
and individual entries will be created for each
.ogg file in your current directory.
The patterns supported by Git LFS are the same as those supported by
These patterns are relative to the directory in which you ran the
git lfs track command.
To keep things simple, it is best to run
git lfs track from the root of your repository.
Note that Git LFS does not support negative patterns like
You can stop tracking a particular pattern with Git LFS by simply removing the appropriate line from your
.gitattributes file, or by running the
git lfs untrack command.