[TIP] Jenkins CI downloads thousands of clones from my Bitbucket repo :-(

Albert-Jan Roskam fomcl at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 8 04:52:45 PDT 2014


I followed advice given on this list a couple of weeks ago and I started exploring Jenkins CI. First goal: build a multiconfiguration project that runs all the tests in Linux Debian 7 64 and Windows 7 64. Linux 64 went successfully, I did not add the Win 64 axis yet (but the slave is successfully connected to the host). 

[1]--Under "Source Code Management" I entered the details of my Bitbucket repo. 

[2]--I told it use a local reference repo during the clone: In the Configuration screen >> "Advanced clone behaviors"  
>> "Path of the reference repo to use during clone": I entered the path to my local repository. 
[3]--I told Jenkins to make a shallow clone (just the HEAD revision). 

Problem: I left the computer on last night and this morning I was startled to see that I had something like 6900 downloads of the sdist (.zip)! (visible under the heading ' downloads' in Bitbucket). I realize my description is a bit vague but: any idea what might have gone wrong? Should I use the Bitbucket plugin instead? I think I will switch to Gitbucket (with "G") until I fixed everything!

Additional question: under [2] how do I enter a path that is valid both under Windows and Linux?



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fresh water system, and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?

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