Nevermind me, I'm a liar. When I added the aggregate build I also switched 
from a branch build to a PR-Merge build, which necessitates a full checkout 
to properly resolve the Jenkinsfile I suppose

On Friday, March 9, 2018 at 5:27:37 PM UTC, Steven Foster wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm using a pattern of split pipelines due to the number of parallel tasks 
> needed and the grouping between them. I have an aggregating "parent" 
> pipeline that kicks off indexing for all of the sub-builds (which are 
> multibranch pipelines) then kicks off the sub-builds themselves.
> The aggregate build uses 
> agent none
> for the entire build.
> If I manually trigger one of the sub-builds, it correctly retrieves just 
> the Jenkinsfile and runs the build. The aggregate build (using the build 
> and wait pipeline step) seems like it checks out the repo (once per sub 
> build) onto the master somewhere in order to check the jenkinsfile.
> Is it possible to use the same lightweight Jenkinsfile retrieval in a 
> downstream build trigger in pipeline?

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