I have webhooks setup to automatically trigger Jenkins builds on Github commits. They eventually stopped triggering the builds so I checked Github to find the following error: "We couldn’t deliver this payload: Couldn’t connect to server".
I understand what it is saying but DNS records and queries (through
curl) show that the Payload URL is valid outside of Github webhooks. Is there a way to get more information about the request other than “Couldn’t connect to server”?
At the moment, I have to manually go into Jenkins and trigger a build for git commits made to Github repos. I have Jenkins configured with Github correctly using the instructions at https://support.cloudbees.com/hc/en-us/articles/224543927-GitHub-webhook-configuration. We’re also using https://go.cloudbees.com/docs/plugins/github-branch-source/ to manage our Github organization, repos, and branches.
Jenkins can successfully scan and clone my repos but it seems Github cannot make requests to our Jenkins master.