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    Lee Cherry commented  · 

    This would also be useful in instances of locked files believe it or not. I have seen lots of instances whereby the deployment is waiting on a retry due to not being able to update a file, I don't do anything other than hit retry and it works. Suggests at that moment in time a file was locked.

    Other instances where it would be useful is when multiple deployments are happening to the same machine, e.g. IIS websites, you may want to stop IIS for one for the sites to be deployed, and then start it again. If there were multiple different sites on the same box, it would be good to deploy all projects at once and let Octopus do the retry should IIS be stopped when it needs to be started