Hi I’m having an urgent issue with our netlify-cms access.
When a user logs into the cms of our site (https://apstudio.netlify.app/), they are getting one of two errors.
Git-gateway error [object object]and they aren’t able to log in
OR they are able to log in but upon a few minutes in the cms, there is a rate limit error
Pausing requests for 3600 second due to fetch failures: API rate limit exceeded for user ID XXXX
Here are my config.yml settings:
branch: main # Branch to update (optional; defaults to master)
Let me know if I can work around this issue in any way.
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We are having the same issue and I am wondering if you have found anything out about it.
This could happen for many reasons:
we use your github token - whatever user is authenticated when you create the token in our UI on the identity settings page for git gateway - to own the connection between us and git. If your token exceeds its rate limits across all usage, this will happen here.
the error can occur for many reasons; not just github rate limiting. For instance, identity auth tokens expire after 1 hour and you won’t be able to save if you lose your auth to Netlify.
it’s always worth attempting a new deploy after configuring or changing JWT/git gateway settings, since some types of chanegs get activated with the next deploy.
Hopefully one of those helps out!