I want to stop a specific task, because it failes every time. The problem is, that this task retires forever, and he fails already 1957 times. Is there a way to stop him (not the daemons)?
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Sorry, my problem is, that I get this:
The job fails always, here is the message:
So I got more and more jobs like this at the queue:
and the problem is, that this jobs will retry forever:
The full log is here:
My problem is not, that the task gets an error. I think it would be enough, if there is a way to kill this tasks manually, so that the don't flood the queue.
Thanks for that solution.
I don't know, why this bug happens. Maybe you know more: Only the task type "PhabricatorApplicationTransactionPublishWorker" fails. The problem is, that I don't know in which cases this task starts, so I don't know why this bug happens. :-/
@avivey there is a stack trace in the question comment thread. It's not a Paste, but roughly looks like @Luke081515.2 is running multiple third party extensions, prototype applications, and is no where near HEAD.
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