[Buildbot-devel] Overall build jobs queue

Esther Baruk esther.baruk at lexifi.com
Wed Mar 13 08:50:21 UTC 2013


You can shutdown properly your buildslaves (by properly I mean without 
interrupting inthe middle of a build) by setting the gracefulShutdown 
property of the Authz object in the master configuration.
Whenthis property is set, a button "Graceful Shutdown" appears on the 
buildslave webpage which has the effect to shutdown the slave as soon as 
itscurrent build is finished.
I don't know if it is what you are looking for but itmight be helpful.


Esther Baruk

Le 13/03/2013 00:41, Teddy a écrit :
> Hi Dustin,
> Thanks for replying my thread, really appreciate it.
> It is unfortunate there is no global queue information.
> Our users are able to see job queues per build, but this global queue 
> really helps the buildbot's sys administrators (for example when sys 
> admin can turn off buildslave for maintenance, sys admin needs to 
> check the job queues and estimate when the safest time to do shutdown).
> You said : "This should be easy to add in the 'nine' web UI."
> May i know what did you mean? What is 'nine' web UI? How to do that?
> Do you know also how to modify the buildbot's web page ?
> For example i want to modify the force build page (put extra script) 
> to force user to enter their names when stopping a build job.
> (currently, anyone has and allowed to stop a build, but we need to get 
> information who did it).
> Teddy
> On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 12:08 AM, Dustin J. Mitchell 
> <dustin at v.igoro.us <mailto:dustin at v.igoro.us>> wrote:
>     On Thu, Mar 7, 2013 at 5:36 PM, Teddy <formal3rdparty at gmail.com
>     <mailto:formal3rdparty at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     > Hopefully this is the correct mailing list to ask about buildbot
>     questions.
>     It is, the name notwithstanding.
>     > I wonder if there is a way to display all build jobs queue on
>     buildbot
>     > webpage, instead of going to each particular build and check one
>     by one.
>     > Is it possible ?
>     There's not, at the moment.  Build requests are queued per builder,
>     rather than as a single, large queue, so this isn't a common view.
>     That said, there's no reason not to display the accumulation of all
>     build requests.  This should be easy to add in the 'nine' web UI.
>     Dustin
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