[Buildbot-devel] How to detach a buildslave

Bernhard Urban lewurm at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 08:42:45 UTC 2014

It's possible to do a graceful shutdown of a slave via the web interface.
must be enabled in the master.cfg though.

On Jun 6, 2014 8:58 AM, "Kay Hayen" <kay.hayen at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> is there any way to detach a build slave, i.e. to let it finish current
> jobs, then exit.
> The background is that I have a dual boot machine (Windows + Linux), that
> is really powerful, and should carry the tests as much as possible. Yet,
> when I mean to reboot it to Windows, I seem to have to wait for Linux jobs
> to finish.
> On an idea level, I would have an xmlrpc interface, that influences the
> scheduling decisions on the master to not use that slave.
> Without that, I am just going to have "interrupted" test results.
> Any idea, anything I am missing?
> Yours,
> Kay
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