Is pulling Github GIT LFS in Github Actions count towards Github Git FLS Bandwidth Quota?

Hi All, (fyi I ❤️ GITHUB!)

I am running some tests to see if pulling GIT LFS in Github Actions count towards Git FLS Bandwidth Quota.

Does anyone know if this is the case?

Updated the title to be more precise.

Yes it will apply towards your bandwidth quota.

:sob::sob::sob::sob: if thats the case, would have to use Github Actions to just mirror repo to Azure DevOps otherwise

I am still waiting to see if it will reflect on the Quota, 🙏 it aint so 

Has not applied yet :smiley: happy days!

So looks like if you pull “Github Git LFS content” in Github Actions it does not count towards Github Bandwidth Quota!!! :heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes:

AMAZING!!!

You guys are the best!!!

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What the reason for this? Its internal bandwidth in my opinion

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I’m seeing that GitHub Actions that are using CheckoutV2 do indeed consume LFS bandwidth. I have about 900mb in my LFS that gets pulled every time there is a workflow triggered. In the matter of 20 or 30 runs we chewed up almost 30gb of bandwidth… this is a pretty nasty deal-breaker for our use case.

What about not using git lfs? Also are you in private repo?