GitLab webhook stopped working so I deleted it and... now I can't recreate it


CodeCov stopped producing the codecov/patch and codecov/project GitLab jobs. When using ./codecov-linux --dir xxx -F yyyy it now complained with Error!: Error: Error uploading to Error: Error uploading to Codecov: Error: Not Found. So I decided to delete the hook from GitLab, and recreate it by pressing the button in Codecov Reset webhook, without success.

Commit SHAs

I can’t since I removed all the project data and the Webhook from GitLab thinking that starting fresh and clean, deactivating, revoking OAuth tokens and doing it all again would fix the problem.

Now I can’t re-create the Webhook with the Reset webhook action, it complains with Webhook with id 8089382 does not exist


Codecov Output

$ ./codecov-linux --dir coverage/apps/studio -F studio
     _____          _
    / ____|        | |
   | |     ___   __| | ___  ___ _____   __
   | |    / _ \ / _` |/ _ \/ __/ _ \ \ / /
   | |___| (_) | (_| |  __/ (_| (_) \ V /
    \_____\___/ \__,_|\___|\___\___/ \_/
  Codecov report uploader 0.1.0
=> Project root located at: /builds/watchity/frontend
Searching for coverage files...
=> Found 3 possible coverage files:
Processing cobertura-coverage.xml...
Processing coverage-final.json...
Processing coverage-final.json...
Detected GitLab CI as the CI provider.
Pinging Codecov:*******&branch=develop&build=1445079675&build_url=&commit=243b9b0a34edca52a19a014dac716197751094c6&job=&pr=&service=gitlab&slug=watchity/frontend&name=&tag=&flags=studio&parent=
Error!: Error: Error uploading to Error: Error uploading to Codecov: Error: Not Found

Additional Information

Well now I think I am stuck in a limbo where I can’t recreate anything. Could someone reset everything from that repository to factory defaults, so I can recreate it all anew?

I created another Webhook manually, it’s ID is 8090123.

Shooting at

How could I align my account to this changes?

@docwhite apologies, I think this was an issue with our system, not with webhooks. Have you been able to try again as we patched the issue above?

Hello tom :slight_smile:

I still can’t delete it, but it all seems to work without a web hook.

I don’t know what it is for.

I set up a bot in the organization that places the comments in the Merge Requests on GitLab and so on.

Would be nice to fix that strange state, or clarify the error description perhaps, but it’s nothing critical nor very relevant on our side (unless webhooks are really needed).

Thanks for your time!

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