Get HTTP 500 trying to either disable CI/CD or add Code Coverage Regular expression

Hello

I get HTTP 500
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Option 1
Go to Settings -> CI/CD -> Expand General pipelines settings section -> Currently “Enable Auto DevOps” in activated -> Activating “Instance default (status: false)” -> Click “Save changes” -> HTTP 500

Option 2
Go to Settings -> CI/CD -> Expand General pipelines settings section -> Currently “Test coverage parsing” input field is empty -> Filling it with phpunit settings “^\sLines:\s\d+.\d+%” -> Click “Save changes” -> HTTP 500

Could anyone give me any advices?

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I have the same problem. I can’t save anything on the general pipeline settings section. It always results in a 500 error. I think this is since I added the regular expression (which is wrong and I’m trying to change it.).

Sad to say but seems like Gitlab guys ignore this forum :frowning:

I also had problems saving anything in the general pipeline settings section. What I did to fix the problem:

1 - Erase the field value
2 - Save
3 - Error 500
4 - Go back to the project Settings, but this time, expand an other section (e.x.: Runner settings, Secret variables) and hit the save button in that panel
5 - Go back to the General pipeline settings and then when hitting save, it shouldn’t throw a 500 anymore and you will be able to Save :slight_smile:

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