Git Large File Storage (Git LFS) is an open source extension to Git that allows you to work with large files the same way as other text files.
For more information on Git LFS, visit https://git-lfs.github.com.
You can enable or disable Git LFS on individual repositories.
You can enable or disable Git LFS for every repository owned by a user or organization.
You can enable or disable Git LFS for your entire appliance.
You can use LFS on a third party server by disabling LFS on the GitHub Enterprise appliance and configuring the Git LFS client with the URL for the server where you want to store large assets.
You can migrate to a new LFS server by using the Git LFS client to fetch assets from the existing server and push them to the new location.