When building software packages the build process itself might change some details in the underlying operating system or environment. This might also affect the next build as the environment is kind of „poluted“. So the best option would be to run the builds in an unchangeable environment or better: to run the different builds each […]
When coming to visualization of build data I want to rely on time series databases. The big differences between „common“ databases and time series oriented databases like InfluxDB is the specialization of last for time based data like log messages or even better: measurement data in relation to time. This can be used for temperature, […]
Just a short note because I’m looking for it everytime I need it most 🙂
You need the config.xml of your job and have no access to the filesystem of the machine, Jenkins is running on? Simply point you browser to: et voila, the config.xml will be streamd via http 🙂
Someday your boss will ask you to get a list of all jobs and their build-durations in your Jenkins… as often as quick as possible 😉 Just use the following piece of Groovy-code in the Jenkins-console and lay back.