It seems it was the windows slave specifically that was blocking things.
When I stopped the slave app the OSX slave kicked into action.
The questions above still apply.
On Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 1:39:33 PM UTC, Jonathan Hodgson wrote:
> Right now I'm looking at a pipelne job which has been hung on two slaves
> for over two hours.
> Both slaves (one windows, one OSX) show as being connected, and the slave
> is still running on both, but both are stalled... one on starting a batch
> script, the other either in the shell script or just after it.
> The Job has run without issue before.
> This raises a couple of questions
> 1) What might be causing this (I've had mystery hangs before).
> 2) How can I investigate it
> 3) Is there a way I can implement some sort of time out? If there has been
> no activity from the slave for a given period of time I'd prefer it if the
> build ended and I received an email telling me there had been a problem. As
> it is, I'm unaware of the problem unless I check, (which sort of negates
> the point of an autobuild), and the build system is effectively usefless
> until I go there and stop the build.
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