Pipelines are very nice for their durable steps; when you've got persistent
slaves, it's rather nice to have a build pickup after an unexpected Jenkins
But if you're using temporary slaves - like from the Docker plugin - those
slaves often won't exist after the Jenkins restart. Is there a way to mark
a Pipeline job, or maybe just a stage running on a temporary node, as
non-durable. So that if Jenkins dies during that build/stage, it won't try
to restart the pipeline?
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