Hudson: start a list of jobs using Groovy console

Recently I wrote how to get a list of failed jobs in Hudson.

Rob Whitlock asked how to restart that list.

Here is the code:


joblist = hudson.model.Hudson.instance.items.findAll{job -> job.isBuildable()}  

startServer = "admin computer"
startNote   = "bulk start"
cause = new hudson.model.Cause.RemoteCause(startServer, startNote)
joblist.each{run -> run.scheduleBuild(cause)}

In the first line I just get a list of jobs from somewhere.

The interesting part is line 6: here I start the build or more precise – reschedule it. Hudson starts it somewhere in the future.

There is a scheduleBuild() method without argument, but it is deprecated. That’s why I create a ‚cause‘ first. So the build knows why it is run. Usually you have a „started by user XYZ“ or „started by upstream project“ here.

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  1. EJC Says:

    Won’t that just restart all jobs?


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