Remote iOS app build (via Trigger.io API) fails with 405


#1
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] Sending app to remote server for codesigning. Uploading may take some time.
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 100 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmpSzOfLC
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 10 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 20 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 30 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 40 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 50 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 60 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 70 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 80 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 90 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 100 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp1L3QW5
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [   INFO] 100 percent uploaded: ios_distribution.pfx
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [  ERROR] Something went wrong that we didn't expect:
10-Apr-2019 11:13:07    [  ERROR] HTTP Error 405: Not Allowed

#2

Our latest build went through. I’m not sure if you already changed something, or if we were lucky and hit the working machine.


#3

Installing security updates on the build servers. In theory things should failover automatically but, in practice, there’s always a bit of lag. Things should be back to normal now.


#4

@antoinevg This happens again.


#5

I’m not seeing any issues from this side, can you please email the output from the following to support@trigger.io:

forge package ios -v

#6

I just saw the following error:

27-May-2019 07:15:47 running forge package ios --profile adhoc
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] Forge tools version 3.4.6
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] Running from build-tools
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] Starting package process for iOS
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] Locating ios app for target: ios -> ***/development
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] Going to package: ***/development/ios/device-ios.app -> device-ios.app
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] Locating ios app for target: ios -> ***/development
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] Plist OK
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 115 Provisioned Device(s):
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] [***]
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] Locating ios app for target: ios -> ***/development
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] Sending app to remote server for codesigning. Uploading may take some time.
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 100 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmpqYSqx9
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 10 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 20 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 30 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 40 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 50 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 60 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 70 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 80 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 90 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 100 percent uploaded: /tmp/tmp6i6nrn
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ INFO] 100 percent uploaded: ios_distribution.pfx
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ ERROR] Something went wrong that we didn’t expect:
27-May-2019 07:16:29 [ ERROR] HTTP Error 413: Request Entity Too Large

Re-running it by hand worked…


#7

After executing all the tasks by hand the CI build passes, too. Very strange. So I guess it kind of "resolved " at the moment…