I work with many large files (~0.5-1TB) on a server. I would like a better way to do version tracking of these files on the server.
My limited understanding is that this may be possible with git LFS. I wouldn't actually be storing files, but rather using the storage that already exists.
Linux (or other OS) does keep track of the timestamp when I last accessed the files. But I would like to have more of a message, e.g. "I changed this data because XYZ" today (similar to 'git commit').
Is this a reasonable task for Git LFS? Or is this regular Git? (Also, is there another solution to version tracking in this case?)