[tei-council] Jenkins errors: who gets notified
kevin.s.hawkins at ultraslavonic.info
Mon Dec 5 13:49:12 EST 2011
I understand that Jenkins won't know whose error it is, but as far as I
can tell, Jenkins emails for failures only those who have committed
changes since the last successful build, not everyone who has ever
committed a change for which a build was not successful. So I suspected
this could be done somehow.
It's not so much that it's onerous but that it makes me paranoid. I
keep expecting an irritated message from someone telling me that it's my
error that caused the problem, not one of the others. I mean, how
exactly do you know if it was yours that caused the problem?
On 12/5/2011 1:37 PM, Martin Holmes wrote:
> I don't think there's any way Jenkins can know whose changes caused an
> error. The cycle of builds can take a couple of hours, and if three
> changes are committed between one build and the next, Jenkins just knows
> that one of those commits will have caused the problem; it can't know
> which one.
> So if you're concerned that you're getting emails triggered by build
> failures for which you're not responsible, then I don't think there's a
> way around that. You won't really know whether you were responsible for
> the build failure till you take a look at the log.
> Are you finding the volume of emails onerous?
> On 11-12-05 09:55 AM, Kevin Hawkins wrote:
>> Is there a way to reconfigure Jenkins to only email those users who have
>> committed new changes since Jenkins last ran rather than since Jenkins
>> last ran successfully?
More information about the tei-council