My app deployment to Heroku stopped working one day ago, (January 14th). I received the error: “API request failed. Message: Invalid credentials provided.”
This app has been online for many months and I’ve never had issues with deployment before. I use GitHub for version control. Testing and deployment to Heroku are automatically performed by Travis CI when any updates are pushed to the Master branch.
Here’s a link to the latest broken build: https://travis-ci.org/drichards211/revuer/builds/637772527
221 The command “npm test” exited with 0.
222 store build cache
225 1.66s$ rvm $(travis_internal_ruby) --fuzzy do ruby -S gem install dpl
226 Successfully installed dpl-1.10.14
227 1 gem installed
229 Installing deploy dependencies
230 Successfully installed multipart-post-2.1.1
231 Successfully installed faraday-1.0.0
232 Successfully installed rendezvous-0.1.3
233 Successfully installed netrc-0.11.0
234 Successfully installed dpl-heroku-1.10.14
235 5 gems installed
237 API request failed.
238 Message: Invalid credentials provided.
240 Preparing deploy
242 failed to deploy
Nothing has changed on my end. I’ve updated all Node dependencies as a broad-spectrum inoculant, but the problem appears after the tests successfully complete and deployment is attempted by Travis. There appears to be a credentials handshake issue between Travis CI and Heroku.
Is there any chance this is a bug with the latest build?: “[skip ci] command is respected under all circumstances”