Hello, all my pages are having a deployment error, not just one specific project, all the ones I have configured in my account have stopped working.
I attempted to deploy a project that has not undergone any changes, but I encountered the same error.
I suspected that the issue might be related to account limitations, but I’ve been unable to find any information on this. My account is set up on a Pay-as-you-go, and currently, some of my projects are at a standstill.
The logs from the deployments that are producing errors are empty; they contain no content.
I need some help with this, I’ve followed the recommendations to consult here before submitting the corresponding ticket.
Are these Pages projects tied to GitHub repos? If so, you’re probably hitting these issues due to webhook problems with GitHub currently:
All of my pages are linked to GitLab. Could this be related to the same issue?
Unlikely. Are you still experiencing this? Can you share a deployment ID if so?
The Pages deployment ID is a unique build identifier. It’s the UUID in the browser bar (for example, a URL would be
dash.cloudflare.com/ACCOUNT_ID/pages/view/PROJECT/DEPLOYMENT_ID where the deployment ID looks something like
a398d794-7322-4c97-96d9-40b5140a8d9b). This ID can help troubleshoot some issues with Pages builds so if you have a failing build make sure you grab that ID for the Pages team to use.
I’ve included some examples below. They are from different projects using branches that haven’t undergone any changes and previously compiled correctly.
Can you try unlinking and relinking your gitlab account?
After several tests, I have managed to fix it. Indeed, it seems there was a problem with the linking of the GitLab account. In GitLab, everything appeared to be correct; in user settings > Authorized applications, Cloudflare was there, and the webhooks in the projects were created and functioning. If anyone has the same problem, they can try to:
- Create a new project in Pages.
- Link the project to GitLab.
- Confirm if you can see all of its repositories; in my case, I was only seeing 5 of them (all the ones that were failing were missing).
- Click on “Add account,” and re-add the same GitLab account, follow the steps to link your GitLab account.
- You should see all the repositories of your GitLab account again, and you should be able to rebuild your applications.
Thanks for your time @cherryjimbo
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