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Not perfect but it gets the job done: Start with Vanilla Win 10 image running in audit mode, load apps. Sysprep OOBE. Once shutdown use WINPE Boot flash thumb drive to copy wimimage to MDT server using DISM. Import WIM and followed this lab the TECHNET guys wrote: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt297534(v=vs.85).aspx. Might need to tweak ...
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The number of hosts an Ansible play is run in parallel can be defined with the serial parameter. - name: test play hosts: webservers serial: 3 From the Ansible documentation: By default, Ansible will try to manage all of the machines referenced in a play in parallel. For a rolling updates use case, you can define how many hosts Ansible should ...
I'm about 5 years late to the OP but here are my suggestions: Testing Anywhere TestPlant I've trialed both. I'm leaning toward Testing Anywhere at the moment. It fits the OP's original requirements well enough. Both are $$$ and clearly designed for large enterprise organizations with the dough to throw at problems. That said, none of the testing apps ...
I'm trying to do exactly that, and from what I understood, we need our provisioning system to maintain the file at <build_agent_work_dir>/conf/buildAgent.properties with the same content across restarts. Reference: https://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/TCD9/Build+Agent+Configuration
Presumably the same as with Java 8: echo debconf shared/accepted-oracle-license-v1-1 select true | \ sudo debconf-set-selections echo debconf shared/accepted-oracle-license-v1-1 seen true | \ sudo debconf-set-selections apt-get -y install oracle-java7-installer oracle-java7-set-default
There are a lot of ways to automate deployments with minimum downtime. Depending on your current setup, different methods can be applied. A good start could be to make your actual release step to be the change of a symlink. Let's say you start off with your app v1 located in /var/www/app/v1, then you have a symlink named /var/www/app/current pointing to ...
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