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# enter node name: "slave1" and select "Dumb Slave" option
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# click OK
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# set "Remote root directory" to "/tmp/jenkins"
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# make sure that "Launch method" is set to "Launch slave agents on Unix machines via SSH"
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# set "Host" to your VM's hostname/IP
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# click "Save"
 
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Revision as of 07:46, 16 September 2014

Description

Slave machines

Setup

  1. Ensure that Jenkins is running.
  2. You will need virtual machine with SSH access for this test (or another physical machine)

How to test

  1. go to http://localhost:8080/computer/new
  2. enter node name: "slave1" and select "Dumb Slave" option
  3. click OK
  4. set "Remote root directory" to "/tmp/jenkins"
  5. make sure that "Launch method" is set to "Launch slave agents on Unix machines via SSH"
  6. set "Host" to your VM's hostname/IP
  7. click "Save"

Expected Results

  1. user shouldn't encounter any error messages or stacktraces, everything should work as described.