[Resolved] GraphQL API endpoint is currently offline


#1

The GitHub GraphQL API has been temporarily disabled while we investigate a possible server-side issue. We should be able to restore access very soon and we’ll provide an additional update once the API status is green again.

Thanks in advance for your patience!


#2

Good evening everyone. :city_sunset:

At this point, we’re planning to keep the GraphQL endpoint offline through Monday as we’re entering the weekend. We’ll update this issue as things change. Thanks for your patience! :heart:


#3

@davidcelis @kdaigle thanks for the heads up, would this temporary disabling explain why I’ve been receiving an error asking me to accept the prerelease agreeement even though I’ve previously done so?

{
  "errors": [
    "You must accept the pre-release in order to use GraphQL. Go to https://github.com/prerelease/agreement and sign the agreement."
  ]
}

#4

Yeah, unfortunately we’re not returning the correct error message in this case. We hope to have a fix out for that today or tomorrow. Once the endpoint comes back online, this particular error should go away if you signed the agreement.


You must accept the pre-release in order to use GraphQL
#5

We’ve updated the error message to be clearer that the endpoint is currently down for maintenance. :sparkles:


#6

The GitHub GraphQL API is once again available. Thanks for your patience while we were offline.


#8