I’m seeing this error where deployments appear to be stuck. I already tried a number of things:
- delete my app and recreate it
- remove the
release_command from the config file
Nothing seems to help, the monitoring panel just shows
Waiting for logs....
Is there an known issue? https://status.flyio.net/ shows all is ok
I’m having the same problem
Same here. Deployment (via GitHub actions) has been stuck for 20 minutes and counting.
Same here got an alert for API not-responsive. Tried to redeploy and the instance is in limbo.
Same, though there seems to be some progress (Starting instance logs, but nothing more)
Same here. After a long period of “starting instance” I get “unhealthy allocations” error.
Same, stuck on
"Running release task (pending)..."
Perhaps related, we also can not deploy:
Automatically canceled after reaching our timeout (10 minutes)
Same, and the running app that I had was randomly killed (SIGINT - like reported in Virtual machine repeatedly shutting down App killed)
One VM is starting now: The only one that we have running in
ams. The others that are running in
fra aren’t starting yet.
That’s the same region that @alejrpo3234 mentioned in the post he just linked.
Seem to be working again. But deployments remain slow.
fra regions seems to have issues. I can’t get a stable deploy to it
vscode ➜ /workspaces/sumiu (main ✗) $ fly regions list
vscode ➜ /workspaces/sumiu (main ✗) $ fly scale count 2 --max-per-region=1
Count changed to 2
vscode ➜ /workspaces/sumiu (main ✗) $
fly kept pushing a deployment to
gru no matter what but now the command does nothing
edit: added a couple more of regions with
fly regions add and they all got deployed perfectly except
fra region is experiencing high load resulting in slower deployments (sometimes 10-15 minutes or longer). The
fly deploy command can timeout in those cases. When that happens the deployment will still happen, and once it does
fly status will show the instances as running.
More info on our status page: Fly.io Status - Deployments may take 10-15min in fra region