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git-lfs-lock - Set a file as "locked" on the Git LFS server

GIT-LFS-LOCK(1) GIT-LFS-LOCK(1)

NAME

git-lfs-lock - Set a file as "locked" on the Git LFS server

SYNOPSIS

git lfs lock options path

DESCRIPTION

Sets the given file path as "locked" against the Git LFS server, with the intention of blocking attempts by other users to update the given path. Locking a file requires the file to exist in the working copy.
Once locked, LFS will verify that Git pushes do not modify files locked by other users. See the description of the lfs.<url>.locksverify config key in git-lfs-config(5) for details.

OPTIONS

-r name --remote=name
Specify the Git LFS server to use. Ignored if the lfs.url config key is set.
--json
Writes lock info as JSON to STDOUT if the command exits successfully. Intended for interoperation with external tools. If the command returns with a non-zero exit code, plain text messages will be sent to STDERR.

SEE ALSO

git-lfs-unlock(1), git-lfs-locks(1).
Part of the git-lfs(1) suite.
October 2017