Downgrading Git Large File Storage

You can downgrade storage and bandwidth for Git LFS by increments of 50 GB per month.

When you downgrade your number of data packs, your change takes effect on your next billing date. For more information, see "About billing for Git Large File Storage."

Downgrading storage and bandwidth for a personal account

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click your profile photo, then click Settings. Settings icon in the user bar
  2. In your user settings sidebar, click Billing & plans. Billing & plans settings
  3. Next to "Git LFS Data", use the Edit drop-down and click Remove data packs. Downgrade your Git LFS Data plan
  4. Under "Downgrade data plan", select the number of data packs you'd like to downgrade to. Choose new desired number of data packs
  5. To finish downgrading, click Downgrade data plan. Finish downgrading your data plan

Downgrading storage and bandwidth for an organization

Only organization members with the owner or billing manager role can access or change billing settings for your organization.

  1. In the upper-right corner of any page, click your profile photo, then click Settings. Settings icon in the user bar
  2. In the settings sidebar, click Organizations. Organizations settings in the sidebar
  3. Next to the organization, click Settings. The settings button
  4. If you're an organization owner, in the left sidebar, click Billing & plans. Billing & plans in the organization settings sidebar
  5. Next to "Git LFS Data", use the Edit drop-down and click Remove data packs. Downgrade your Git LFS Data plan
  6. Under "Downgrade data plan", select the number of data packs you'd like to downgrade to. Choose new desired number of data packs
  7. To finish downgrading, click Downgrade data plan. Finish downgrading your data plan

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