I have check/workflow that does not seem to start. It wouldn't have been a big issue if I could cancel it or restart it in some way, but that is not the case. I am able to take any action what so ever. And since I am trying to merge in to our master branch, which is a protected branch that requires all checks to pass prior to merge, it blocks me from merging my pull request.
I have not found any other posts relating to this specific issue. Rerunning failed jobs seems to be possible, but since this one won't even fail I am unable to solve this.
I should probably point out that this problem has persisted for several hours, since last night.
Hey! Is this issue still persisting? Seems like it could have been a temporary outage but I would appreciate an update on the state if possible.
The issue did not resolve itself, I ended up makeing an empty commit in order to trigger a new build instead. The previous stuck/non-started workflow is now gone.
Yeah, that is so annoying!
I looked at the API (at least v4), thought maybe there was some way to cancel / retrigger workflows from there, but I couldn't find anything related to GitHub actions at all.
I already pinged Nat (CEO of GitHub) on Twitter and told him there should be a manual start and re-run button like on TravisCI and he said he agrees.