Save time with partial re-runs in GitHub Actions @GitHub
It is now possible to re-run only failed jobs or a single job in GitHub Actions workflows. In addition, they have made navigation improvements that enable you to see the full results of previous runs.
GitHub Actions workflows a can take a while to run, so when a small part fails, it is frustrating to have to wait to run it again.
By re-running only failed jobs—or even just a single job—you save time, skipping work that’s already been done. If you frequently use GitHub Actions, this can help you avoid concurrency limits and frees up your self-hosted runners for other jobs. As a bonus, if you use GitHub-hosted runners, you can save money by reducing billable minutes.
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