When working with an application, you may see an error similar to the following:
It seems like this repository is not available anymore Edit… permissions
Following are a few things you can check to resolve the error.
Expired Token or Revoked Access
When you connect your Git provider (GitHub, Bitbucket, or GitLab), this generates a user access token with an expiration date. You can view the status of the token in your User settings in MyKinsta (click on your username and go to User settings > Access > Application Access).
When the token expires or if you revoke access, it can no longer access your repository or your account at your Git service provider. To resolve this, click the link in the error message to generate a new user access token so you can reconnect your Git provider to Kinsta.
Kinsta Integration Update
If we release an update to the Git integration application, you may need to create a new user access token. To resolve this, click the link in the error message to generate a new user access token so you can reconnect your Git provider to Kinsta.
If the repository has been removed from your Git provider, Kinsta can no longer access the application. If you or your development team did not delete the repository, you’ll need to check with your Git provider to investigate why the repository has been removed.