Hello GoCD Community,
I am Rahul Khinchi and I want to use GoCD for my project. I just wanted to clear some doubts before integrating it. What benefit does GoCD have on automating the release process? Point to the actual step(s) that a GoCD will help to automate.
Your response is appreciated. Please reply for the same
I have a very very basic question related to pricing of GoCD, do we have any enterprise version of GoCD?
jar:onejar:lib/agent-22.1.0-13913-classes.jar!/config/agent-logback.xml'. 2022-04-25 17:43:54,823 - [Mon Apr 25 17:43:54 IST 2022] Starting process: 2022-04-25 17:43:54,824 - [Mon Apr 25 17:43:54 IST 2022] Working directory : /var/lib/go-agent 2022-04-25 17:43:54,824 - [Mon Apr 25 17:43:54 IST 2022] Application arguments: [-serverUrl, https://server-name/go, -sslVerificationMode, FULL] 2022-04-25 17:43:54,824 - [Mon Apr 25 17:43:54 IST 2022] GoCD Version: 21.3.0-13067 2022-04-25 17:43:54,824 - [Mon Apr 25 17:43:54 IST 2022] Java Version: 17.0.2 2022-04-25 17:43:54,824 - [Mon Apr 25 17:43:54 IST 2022] Operating System: Linux(5.13.0-40-generic) 2022-04-25 17:43:55,242 - Could not find fileconfig/agent-logback.xml'. Attempting to load from classpath.
@xunyao4dev you can pretty much do anything in GoCD that you can on the command line.
“Deploy a jar” could mean many things. In the simplest form, it might only mean “upload the jar via SCP or HTTP POST, move the jar to a known location and start the JVM with
java -jar myproject.jar. If it’s Tomcat, there are many tutorials online to use their deployment API with
curl or similar tool.
If it’s not that, check for the same on /bin/bash.
Also, if neither works, make sure both of those binaries are actually correct and not a text file that was accidentally copied over it. This can happen accidentally if you’ve built an image and running in a container
I am new to GOCD and i want to make complex workflow as given bellow so how can i build that pipeline please guide me or if any one on discord please give discord id so i can explain what i want make
my client have 3 server A.primery B.Secondry C.Backup. i want to take data base backup from A to C or B to C (folder to folder). while taking backup i want to deploy my build in parallel
My client have only one server so i have to stop webserver and taking backup of database (folder to folder) after completing backup process. the pipeline should deploy the build
My client have only one server so i have to stop webserver and taking backup of database (as Dump) after completing backup process. the pipeline should deploy the build
(Artifact will Build by developers and put in shared drive so i want to copy from there)
-> for this all i want to create single pipeline
-> i want to define at starting of pipeline that i want to take backup or direct deploy the build
Please help me to Build This Process Pipeline
I've written/am writing a plugin that produces an HTML file in the working directory. On a subsequent call, I now see that cleaning the working directory (with the built-in toggle option) fails because the (created HTML) file can't be removed.
Is there something I can change in the creation of the file (currently it's just using Java's
FileWriter class) to make this work properly? I'd have expected the plugins to run as the same or a less privileged 'user' than the clean directory built-in command.
In case it's target specific, this is GoCD 22.1.0 on Windows (agent and server. Probably in future agents will also be in Windows Docker containers, but this error is occurring on the Windows host agent, and in Docker containers I can just use a new container, so no need to clean I guess)