So if Jenkins is restarted and scheduleBuild(0) is called during startup,
the scan will occur for the org and all builds will start.
But technically, the only branches that will actually build are the ones in
which the SHA changed since the last successful build? eg. while Jenkins
was down, a commit occurred. Is that true?
Otherwise, it seems, a restart with scheduleBuild(0) would kickoff
potentially dozens of jobs that have already been built, when I really only
want it to scan, pick up new folders or commits and build those.
Can you clarify?
On Saturday, August 5, 2017 at 7:58:51 AM UTC-4, Stephen Connolly wrote:
> `scheduleBuild(0)` on the multibranch project is the api for scanning now
> (as a build of a multibranch project is a scan)
> On 5 August 2017 at 04:57, Stephen Connolly <stephen.al...@gmail.com
>> Scan repository now will always kick off builds of branches that have
>> changes since the last scan where those changes were missed by the event
>> handler... so you are kind of asking for the non-possible
>> On 4 August 2017 at 06:13, Budding Mechanic <budding....@gmail.com
>>> I'm using the multibranch pipeline to scan a git repo for branches.
>>> From the web interface, there's a "Scan Repository Now" button to scan
>>> an git org and pick up new folders/branches. It works fine.
>>> What I'd like to do is programmatically scan a git repo via a groovy
>>> I have been unable to find the api call that just scans the repo.
>>> I can use 'scheduleBuild(0)' to do the scanning but it also kicks off a
>>> build which I would like to avoid.
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