First, *push* really just mean to send data to a remote and it doesn't 
create anything. If you don't want anybody to *commit* file more than 30MB, 
than it must be prior to the *commit*. Git gives *git-hooks 
exactly for that called *pre-commit* hook. Here is a video that explain the 
way it works : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MF72e-12dxE.

On Thursday, February 18, 2016 at 4:57:15 AM UTC-5, zdh...@gmail.com wrote:
> hello everyone
> I have a problem
> I would like to check the file size before push, if more than 30M, not 
> allowed to submit, and give tips
> Where should I set it up
> gitlab:8.0
> git:1.8
> apache:2.4

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