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From Yegor Kozlov <>
Subject Re: Worried about Jenkins..
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2012 11:04:57 GMT

I granted you access to Jenkins, you should be able to login on and configure the project.

To start with, read the Jenkins Wiki:

There four types of nodes where Jenkins can run: Ubuntu, Solaris,
Windows and OSX.

If you want to build ODFToolkit on multiple or specific nodes then you
should clone current setup and define ODFToolkit-Windows,
ODFToolkit-Solaris, etc.
To tie the project to a specific node you should check "Restrict where
this project can be run" and set the node label: Ubuntu, Solaris,
Windows or osx.

In the current setup this option is unchecked and I guess Jenkins
selects  the first free node .


On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 8:04 PM, Svante Schubert
<> wrote:
> If there are multiple admins, who can have this role, I am fine to assists.
> What would be your suggestion to fix the problem, Yegor?
> Svante
> On 22.02.2012 17:02, Yegor Kozlov wrote:
>>  I can administer Jenkins and , if you want, I can grant the
>> hudson-jobadmin role to you.
>> Yegor
>> On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 5:26 PM, Svante Schubert
>> <> wrote:
>>> I am a bit worried about our Jenkins nightly builds, we got one stable
>>> build out of 19.
>>> The past builds can be found at
>>> Build #15 on Ubuntu and #14 on Solaris used a wrong Java (or the build
>>> was wrong compiled) - see
>>> Caused by:
>>> java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: Bad version number in .class file
>>> and
>>> Further, I only have seen Ubuntu and Solaris builds and not a single
>>> Windows build. We need Windows builds as well to detect Window specific
>>> problems, as path related errors.
>>> Who is in charge of the Jenkins configuration or could give a helping hand?
>>> I might need a pointer to a information how to fix Jenkins'
>>> configuration and if necessary more rights to do so.
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Svante

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