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Following advice from @patrice-m, I used the Scriptler plugin, and created the following script: return String.format("%04d", Thread.currentThread().executable.getNumber()); Also, I make sure to activate both Permission and Restriction checkboxes, which will allow the script to be run by everybody, and on a Master thread (necessary to access the current ...
The Build Name setter is an option, as already reported by Peter Schuetze. Personally, I have found it a bit cumbersome, so I also use a Groovy System script (from the Groovy plugin) with the following snippet (e.g. set the build name from the Build paramters, which is not related to the actual question, I know): def resolver = build.buildVariableResolver ...
Use the Build Name Setter Plugin. During your build you just need to write the build number in the right format to a property file and it will be picked up when the build finishes.
As @jasonazze figured out, this is an issue with this specific version. https://issues.jenkins-ci.org/browse/JENKINS-20630 Downgrading fixes this bug.
It is quite easy .You need to make few changes to httpd.conf file as follows: Listen 80 to Listen 8080 and ServerName localhost:80 to ServerName localhost:8080 For more detailed info with screenshots ,you can refer this - http://www.superpctricks.com/2013/11/running-iis-and-apache-on-same-server.html
you can enable debug mode in java to get more details.... you may have to up the memory allocation available to java.... -Xmx256m also, as jenkins creates a huge number of files, check to make sure you didnt run out of inodes df -i
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