Automatically retry failed step executions.
When auto-retry is enabled on a step, the step automatically retries if the step execution fails. This is useful for ensuring your workflows run successfully when encountering intermittent errors, such as API rate limits.
Auto-retry is available on the following step types:
If a step with auto-retry enabled fails, Paragon will perform several retries, waiting after each failed execution before performing the next attempt. The timing of retry attempts is as follows:
- 1st retry: around
10 secondsafter initial attempt
- 2nd retry: around
20 secondsafter 1st retry
- 3rd retry: around
30 secondsafter 2nd retry
- 4th retry: around
50 secondsafter 3rd retry
- 5th retry: around
80 secondsafter 4th retry
To enable auto-retry for a step, click on the step, scroll to the bottom of the sidebar, and toggle auto-retry.
Test Workflow or Test Step: Paragon does not retry step executions.
While auto-retry is enabled, no error emails for the workflow will be sent during the auto-retry window. If Paragon fails to retry the step after the last attempt, we will send you an email indicating the error, and workflow execution in your Task History.