How to update project URL after moving GitHub repo to an organization

Description

I’ve moved my project repo from https://github.com/pzelasko/lhotse to https://github.com/lhotse-speech/lhotse, and I don’t see Codecov checks in a new PR that I just made.

When I enter “Settings” tab in Codecov, I see:

Oops, something went wrong

Github API: Moved Permanently.
Check on Codecov’s status or see our docs for common support.

Error 301

How can I update the URL?

Repository

CI/CD

GitHub Actions

Uploader

Bash uploader

Commit SHAs

1175a19aa8c65fba23f6bad0b997f213cbdc34d5

Codecov YAML

No YAML - default settings

Codecov Output

Codecov output is missing

Additional Information

None

Hi @pzelasko, the settings page should now work as we patched this issue.

As for status checks, I believe this is a permissions issue. Are you using the GitHub App Integration?

I was not using GitHub App Integration, but I have just enabled it. I was using the “older” integration mechanism before (I don’t remember what it was called).

After the patch, I don’t see the settings at https://codecov.io/gh/lhotse-speech/lhotse, but I see an option to go to “Organization settings” (lhotse-speech) when I click on my avatar - however, I’m getting Unauthorized 401 status when I try it (I own the organization).

@pzelasko, can you try clearing your cookies and re-logging in? Let me know if that doesn’t work.

It didn’t help. Although when somebody opened a new PR, I saw that the CI integration returned (after enabling Codecov GitHub App). So it seems everything works, I just don’t have the access to the organization/settings tab, I guess I can live with that…

@pzelasko, this looks like a permissions issue. Can you try logging out, deleting cookies, and logging back in?

I tried to log in using a private browser window that has no cookies - no success… After the log in, it says I have no repositories (as user pzelasko); the organization (lhotse-speech) is not even displayed.

@pzelasko, I’m really sorry that it’s not working for you. This is definitely a permissions issue. Would you be able to log out, remove cookies, and revoke Codecov access here. And then try logging back and re-grant permissions?

Seems to have solved it - thanks a lot!

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