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App Platform Deployment Failing

I have been unable to deploy for most of the day. Does anyone know why this error would occur? My app builds fine locally AND on App Platform; the error seems to be with aspects of deployment that are beyond my control.

New pushes, builds, and deployments (even forced with a cleared cache) also fail. My production changes are therefore totally blocked until this issue is resolved.

$ ERROR: failed to export: get diff ID for previous image layer: GET [REDACTED] unexpected status code 503 Service Unavailable: upstream connect error or disconnect/reset before headers. reset reason: connection failure, transport failure reason: immediate connect error: 2
$ command exited with code 246
$ ! Image upload failed

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KFSys
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May 29, 2023

Heya,

DOCR image upload failures can be difficult to diagnose. We recommend attempting to upload the image again to see if it resolves the issue.

If reuploading the image does not resolve the issue, you can troubleshoot further by navigating to your App’s Overview page in the control panel. From the overview page, click the Activity tab and click the deployment link for the latest deployment This opens the deployment’s build and run time logs.

Select the logs for the component that failed and review them for any errors that may help diagnose the problem.

Better formatting:

$ ERROR: failed to export: get diff ID for previous image layer: GET [REDACTED] unexpected status code 503 Service Unavailable: upstream connect error or disconnect/reset before headers. reset reason: connection failure, transport failure reason: immediate connect error: 2
$ command exited with code 246
$ ! Image upload failed

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