Ability to determine if a Deployment is stuck (and stop it) - Builds have this feature

I see that Build jobs support ways to determine of jobs are hung up (using build time multipliers, etc)

    ie; Bamboo uses two measurements to determine if a build has hung, both have to be exceeded. 

That's a great feature.

 

It would be great if this feature could be applied to Deployment jobs. When we see Deployment jobs randomly hang, we have to manually stop the Deployment. Usually when stopping the stuck job, the next job runs perfectly fine.

Many thanks,

-alex h

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This disparity between hung build and hung deployment project handling seems to be an oversight indeed - you might want to watch and vote for the following related improvements to guide Atlassian's roadmap in this regard:

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