Job restart button are not always appearing on build page

The job restart buttons do not appear to the right of jobs in a build list when a link is followed from the details link at GitHub. The build restart does appear, and if a job is examined there is a job restart button there, which when clicked makes all the job restart buttons now appear on the build page.

(Travis CI Support asked me to follow up here on my ticket #12325 “Missing restart/cancel icons in build view”.)

I believe kortschak and I reported the same issue, and yes, the issue still persists.

As a bit of curiosity, I’d like to note one particular case about a week ago, when some of the jobs had a restart/cancel button, while others didn’t.


I have the same issue. I suddenly cannot see a “Restart build” option in the TravisCI web interface any longer:

Is there any workaround for now?

Hi all,

I believe a fix has been deployed to address this. Please let us know if this issue persists and we’ll investigate further.

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The issue still persists for me today (Friday, November 22).

I haven’t noticed any missing restart/cancel buttons in the last couple of weeks.

Unfortunately a build to deploy my artifact failed but also cannot be restarted due to a missing Restart button:

I am not aware of any credential changes that could influence this and I just re-synced with my Github account just to be sure; that also did not change anything.

I had the same problem today. Singed out and in again. Now I see the restart button again.


The restart button is showing on my personal projects but not under the ones below the github organisation.


Looked at this issue as well: Restart buttons should not be hidden in mobile UI

Checked on mobile (chrome on android) and the restart button is there, but not on the desktop view.

Identified will running

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I’ve noticed this as well. I hadn’t visited Travis in a while (probably a few months) and I was asked to sign back into GitHub. Upon signing in, I wasn’t able to see the “Cancel build” button when navigating to a build, and the sidebar didn’t display all of the organization-level GitHub repos I have access to. Signing out and then signing back in again fixed both of these issues for me.

This is happening to me as well (on this build), and the button doesn’t show on mobile either.
Additionally, it seems like the organizations I’m part of are actually not shown on my profile…

Is there anyone from Travis looking at this? It’s pretty big for us.

No way to restart builds here either, despite being logged in:

Example build:

Believe I’ve found the cause: it’s uBlock origin, an ad blocker. Disabling it brings the restart button back.

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It showed up again for me and a coworker after logging out and back in.

This just happened for me on an organization repo. When accessing the build by following the link from the history page, the restart button would be missing. Refreshing the build page (thereby accessing it directly) brought the restart button back, and now it is visible even when accessing the build via link. Must be some sort of caching issue. I don’t have an ad blocker enabled.

On Linux, firefox(75.0) doesn’t show a rebuild button but chromium(80.0.3987.162) did.

No blockers, just standard installs of both browsers.

Just faced this issue by myself. It helped me to “sign out” and then “sign in” again


This just came up for me. Signing out and in again fixed it.

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