Error in github action - (DBConnection.OwnershipError) cannot find ownership process for #PID<0.16961.0>

Hello, greetings to all, I need your support. When doing a push in git the tests are executed, but when uploading it throws me the following error … locally the tests are executed without any error, I have understood that it could be a bad configuration in my repository in git but I don’t know what could be. I show you the error it throws at me. Your comments would be very helpful for a feedback and thus find the error.

** (DBConnection.OwnershipError) cannot find ownership process for #PID<0.16961.0>.


( When using ownership, you must manage connections in one

( of the four ways:


( * By explicitly checking out a connection

( * By explicitly allowing a spawned process

( * By running the pool in shared mode

( * By using :caller option with allowed process


( The first two options require every new process to explicitly

( check a connection out or be allowed by calling checkout or

( allow respectively.


( The third option requires a {:shared, pid} mode to be set.

( If using shared mode in tests, make sure your tests are not

( async.


( The fourth option requires [caller: pid] to be used when

( checking out a connection from the pool. The caller process

( should already be allowed on a connection.


( If you are reading this error, it means you have not done one

( of the steps above or that the owner process has crashed.


( See Ecto.Adapters.SQL.Sandbox docs for more information.

( stacktrace:

( (ecto_sql 3.6.2) lib/ecto/adapters/sql.ex:757: Ecto.Adapters.SQL.raise_sql_call_error/1

( (ecto 3.6.2) lib/ecto/repo/schema.ex:725: Ecto.Repo.Schema.apply/4

( (ecto 3.6.2) lib/ecto/repo/schema.ex:350: anonymous fn/15 in Ecto.Repo.Schema.do_insert/4

( (ecto 3.6.2) lib/ecto/repo/schema.ex:252: Ecto.Repo.Schema.insert!/4

( (self_care 0.1.5) test/support/fixtures/accounts_fixtures.ex:37: SelfCare.AccountsFixtures.user_crm_account/1

( (self_care 0.1.5) test/support/fixtures/accounts_fixtures.ex:21: SelfCare.AccountsFixtures.user_fixture/1

( test/self_care/accounts_test.exs:469: SelfCare.AccountsTest.__ex_unit_setup_10/1

( test/self_care/accounts_test.exs:1: SelfCare.AccountsTest.__ex_unit__/2

After several attempts the solution was to add the checkout of my missing repo.
The detail is that I have two repositories, one repository had a checkout while the other did not.