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Повторный запуск рабочих процессов и заданий

Вы можете повторно запустить рабочий процесс, все неудачные задания в выполнении рабочего процесса или определенные задания в рабочем процессе, выполняемые до 30 дней после первоначального запуска.

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People with write permissions to a repository can re-run workflows in the repository.

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About re-running workflows and jobs

Re-running a workflow or jobs in a workflow uses the same GITHUB_SHA (commit SHA) and GITHUB_REF (Git ref) of the original event that triggered the workflow run. You can re-run a workflow or jobs in a workflow for up to 30 days after the initial run. When you re-run a workflow or jobs in a workflow, you can enable debug logging for the re-run. This will enable runner diagnostic logging and step debug logging for the re-run. For more information about debug logging, see "Enabling debug logging."

Re-running all the jobs in a workflow

  1. On your enterprise, navigate to the main page of the repository.

  2. Under your repository name, click Actions.

    Screenshot of the tabs for the "github/docs" repository. The "Actions" tab is highlighted with an orange outline.

  3. In the left sidebar, click the workflow you want to see.

    Screenshot of the left sidebar of the "Actions" tab. A workflow, "CodeQL," is outlined in dark orange.

  4. From the list of workflow runs, click the name of the run to see the workflow run summary.

  5. In the upper-right corner of the workflow, re-run jobs.

    • If any jobs failed, select the Re-run jobs dropdown menu and click Re-run all jobs.

    • If no jobs failed, click Re-run all jobs.

  6. In the upper-right corner of the workflow, select the Re-run jobs dropdown menu and click Re-run all jobs.

  7. Optionally, to enable runner diagnostic logging and step debug logging for the re-run, select Enable debug logging.

  8. Click Re-run jobs.

To learn more about GitHub CLI, see "About GitHub CLI."

To re-run a failed workflow run, use the run rerun subcommand. Replace run-id with the ID of the failed run that you want to re-run. If you don't specify a run-id, GitHub CLI returns an interactive menu for you to choose a recent failed run.

gh run rerun RUN_ID

To enable enable runner diagnostic logging and step debug logging for the re-run, use the --debug flag.

gh run rerun RUN_ID --debug

To view the progress of the workflow run, use the run watch subcommand and select the run from the interactive list.

gh run watch

Re-running failed jobs in a workflow

If any jobs in a workflow run failed, you can re-run just the jobs that failed. When you re-run failed jobs in a workflow, a new workflow run will start for all failed jobs and their dependents. Any outputs for any successful jobs in the previous workflow run will be used for the re-run. Any artifacts that were created in the initial run will be available in the re-run. Any deployment protection rules that passed in the previous run will automatically pass in the re-run.

  1. On your enterprise, navigate to the main page of the repository.

  2. Under your repository name, click Actions.

    Screenshot of the tabs for the "github/docs" repository. The "Actions" tab is highlighted with an orange outline.

  3. In the left sidebar, click the workflow you want to see.

    Screenshot of the left sidebar of the "Actions" tab. A workflow, "CodeQL," is outlined in dark orange.

  4. From the list of workflow runs, click the name of the run to see the workflow run summary.

  5. In the upper-right corner of the workflow, select the Re-run jobs dropdown menu, and click Re-run failed jobs.

  6. Optionally, to enable runner diagnostic logging and step debug logging for the re-run, select Enable debug logging.

  7. Click Re-run jobs.

To re-run failed jobs in a workflow run, use the run rerun subcommand with the --failed flag. Replace run-id with the ID of the run for which you want to re-run failed jobs. If you don't specify a run-id, GitHub CLI returns an interactive menu for you to choose a recent failed run.

gh run rerun RUN_ID --failed

To enable enable runner diagnostic logging and step debug logging for the re-run, use the --debug flag.

gh run rerun RUN_ID --failed --debug

Re-running a specific job in a workflow

When you re-run a specific job in a workflow, a new workflow run will start for the job and any dependents. Any outputs for any other jobs in the previous workflow run will be used for the re-run. Any artifacts that were created in the initial run will be available in the re-run. Any deployment protection rules that passed in the previous run will automatically pass in the re-run.

  1. On your enterprise, navigate to the main page of the repository.

  2. Under your repository name, click Actions.

    Screenshot of the tabs for the "github/docs" repository. The "Actions" tab is highlighted with an orange outline.

  3. In the left sidebar, click the workflow you want to see.

    Screenshot of the left sidebar of the "Actions" tab. A workflow, "CodeQL," is outlined in dark orange.

  4. From the list of workflow runs, click the name of the run to see the workflow run summary.

  5. Next to the job that you want to re-run, click .

    Screenshot of the page for a workflow run. In the left sidebar, to the right of a job, a sync icon is outlined in dark orange.

  6. Optionally, to enable runner diagnostic logging and step debug logging for the re-run, select Enable debug logging.

  7. Click Re-run jobs.

To re-run a specific job in a workflow run, use the run rerun subcommand with the --job flag. Replace job-id with the ID of the job that you want to re-run.

gh run rerun --job JOB_ID

To enable enable runner diagnostic logging and step debug logging for the re-run, use the --debug flag.

gh run rerun --job JOB_ID --debug

Re-running workflows and jobs with reusable workflows

Reusable workflows from public repositories can be referenced using a SHA, a release tag, or a branch name. For more information, see "Reusing workflows."

When you re-run a workflow that uses a reusable workflow and the reference is not a SHA, there are some behaviors to be aware of:

  • Re-running all jobs in a workflow will use the reusable workflow from the specified reference. For more information about re-running all jobs in a workflow, see "Re-running workflows and jobs."
  • Re-running failed jobs or a specific job in a workflow will use the reusable workflow from the same commit SHA of the first attempt. For more information about re-running failed jobs in a workflow, see "Re-running workflows and jobs." For more information about re-running a specific job in a workflow, see "Re-running workflows and jobs."

Reviewing previous workflow runs

You can view the results from your previous attempts at running a workflow. You can also view previous workflow runs using the API. For more information, see "Actions."

  1. On your enterprise, navigate to the main page of the repository.

  2. Under your repository name, click Actions.

    Screenshot of the tabs for the "github/docs" repository. The "Actions" tab is highlighted with an orange outline.

  3. In the left sidebar, click the workflow you want to see.

    Screenshot of the left sidebar of the "Actions" tab. A workflow, "CodeQL," is outlined in dark orange.

  4. From the list of workflow runs, click the name of the run to see the workflow run summary.

  5. To the right of the run name, select the Latest dropdown menu and click a previous run attempt.

    Screenshot of the page for a workflow run. A dropdown menu, labeled "Latest #2," is outlined in dark orange.