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If a stage has failed in your build, you can choose to rerun the stage (with exactly the same data) instead of the entire plan.

To rerun a stage:

  1. Navigate to the failed build result, as described on Viewing a build result.
  2. Choose Run > Rerun all failed Jobs to run the stage again.

Note that:

  • Only failing jobs will be re-run.
  • Subsequent stages will be executed automatically, unless they are manual stages.
  • You might want to add a comment to the build result to record the reason for failure. The existing build result will be overwritten (Bamboo will not create a new build) and the previous failure reason will not be retained.
  • For plans based on a Subversion repository, you can only rerun the failed job or the whole plan.

Screenshot: Rerunning a failed stage


 

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  1. Unfortunately there is no option to re-run a failed parameterised stage with updated parameters.

    For e.g. I have setup a manual stage to deploy a war to a weblogic server and I have setup a dummy password as a plan variable, which I change when I run the job.

    If I put the wrong password the stage fails and there is no way to correct the password before executing the stage once again.

    1. I've just discovered this myself.  lazyweb:  is there an existing JIRA ticket for this? 

  2. Can I set up some sort of condition to automatically rerun specified stages to a maximum of x number of times?

    1. Hi Matt,

      Currently Bamboo doesn't have such a feature. Feel free to raise a new feature request on https://jira.atlassian.com.

      Armen