I recently upgraded from 2018.1.3 to 2018.10.1, during the install process I was prompted to locate the 2018.1.3 MSI and so downloaded a copy and pointed the installer at it. After this the installer finished without reporting any issues.
However, now when trying to add a new deployment target the page fails to load with the following error message:
An unexpected error occurred in Octopus v2018.12.1: The link is not set to a value * Error: The link is not set to a value * e.resolve (http://localhost:8081/main.180bf244e42bb828787d.hashedasset.js:1:521840) * t.get (http://localhost:8081/main.180bf244e42bb828787d.hashedasset.js:1:518719) * t.list (http://localhost:8081/main.180bf244e42bb828787d.hashedasset.js:1:22935) * t.<anonymous> (http://localhost:8081/infrastructure.f2a0c1efc35a0cc36267.hashedasset.js:1:493686) * o (http://localhost:8081/infrastructure.f2a0c1efc35a0cc36267.hashedasset.js:1:492316) * Object.next (http://localhost:8081/infrastructure.f2a0c1efc35a0cc36267.hashedasset.js:1:491651) * http://localhost:8081/infrastructure.f2a0c1efc35a0cc36267.hashedasset.js:1:491560 * A (http://localhost:8081/vendor.e8194790042988d73b99.hashedasset.js:38:2371) * new H (http://localhost:8081/vendor.e8194790042988d73b99.hashedasset.js:38:3660) * n (http://localhost:8081/infrastructure.f2a0c1efc35a0cc36267.hashedasset.js:1:491343)
I have upgraded to v2018.12.1 since then to see if that would resolve the issue however there was no change.
The config diagnostics page says there have been no recent errors and I could not identify anything interesting in the system diagnostics report. I did notice that the license page is not displaying the number of deployment targets used and mentions that the license limits have been exceeded. I have a grandfathered community license and can’t remember the exact terms but with only 3 deployment targets I wouldn’t expect this to be the case.
Any idea where I should look next?