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Can I restart a failing job while other jobs in the same stage are still running?

I have a build plan with a stage that consists of multiple jobs, which are distributed over multiple agents. Sometimes one of these jobs fails, but will succeed if we restart it the job.

However: the failing job can only be restarted after all the other jobs have finished. The Run > Rerun all failed Jobs option is not visible until all jobs have finished.

Is there a way to restart this failing job while the other jobs are still running? In the case that a short-running job fails, and other long-running jobs are still running, ideally the failing job would be restarted. In our case, the restarted job would succeed before the long-running job would.

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No, there's no such option available. There's feature request to implement it: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-11831. Vote for it and leave your comment there

Thanks, will do!

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