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From dan tran <dant...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: newbie questions
Date Sat, 31 Dec 2005 00:02:53 GMT
there are 2 possible ways that a schedule does not get invoked that I know
of

   1. No changes in your SCM, at scheduled time continuum wakes up
       and performs scm:update if there is no new changes in SCM,
       the build is skipped.  Check continuum's log

    2. http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/CONTINUUM-519

       You may need to fetch contiuum 1.0.2 source and apply the patch your
self,
       rather when waiting for new release.

-D


On 12/30/05, Ryan Wynn <bigwynnr@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I just started using continuum today to build my maven2 projects.  My
> environment is AIX and I started continuum using plexus.sh.  I added 2
> projects and now have them successfully building/deploying from the
> web interface.  Two questions.
>
> (1) how do I stop continuum? I noticed that there are
> start,stop,status,etc args under bin/env/run.sh for each of the
> supported environments (eg linux), but I did not see anything like
> this for plexus.sh.  Am I even correct in using plexus for AIX?
>
> (2) how do I enable the quartz based scheduling.  I added the
> following cron settings to DEFAULT_SCHEDULE and did not see my
> projects being build on the hour
>
> 0 0 * * * ?
>
> the schedule IS enabled in the web console and each of my projects are
> set to use DEFAULT_SCHEDULE
>
> very nice tool by the way.
>

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