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  2. JENKINS-53771

Include vSphere Cloud in Cloud Statistics report

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      Other "cloud" providers like the Azure VM Agents and OpenStack Cloud plugins make their agent/VM provisioning statistics available in the Cloud Statistics report (via the cloud-statistics plugin). It would be convenient to have the vSphere Cloud plugin do the same, for a consolidated report across all clouds in use within our Jenkins system.

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          pjdarton pjdarton added a comment -

          I agree, it would be nice (It'd be nice if the docker plugin did so too!).
          If you work on a PR, I'll help review & merge it

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          pjdarton pjdarton added a comment - I agree, it would be nice (It'd be nice if the docker plugin did so too!). If you work on a PR, I'll help review & merge it
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          medianick Nick Jones added a comment -

          I'd be happy to look into a PR although am not set up to build the plugin, and lacking instructions at https://github.com/medianick/vsphere-cloud-plugin am not sure how to get started (I have the JDK and Maven and can clone the repo but beyond that am stuck). The generic instructions at https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Plugin+tutorial are not enough help. Would you be able to give me some direction there?

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          medianick Nick Jones added a comment - I'd be happy to look into a PR although am not set up to build the plugin, and lacking instructions at https://github.com/medianick/vsphere-cloud-plugin am not sure how to get started (I have the JDK and Maven and can clone the repo but beyond that am stuck). The generic instructions at https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Plugin+tutorial are not enough help. Would you be able to give me some direction there?
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          pjdarton pjdarton added a comment -

          The repo to fork from (and submit PRs to) is .../jenkinsci/vsphere-cloud-plugin

          • "mvn install" will build it.
          • "mvn hpi:run" will run a local Jenkins with just that plugin.
            I don't have any magic documentation myself (it is a bit of a "learning curve"), but I've found the two commands above fairly useful.
            Also, if you make a PR, the jenkinsci infrastructure should auto-build it for you, and you can download the .hpi file from it if you wish.
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          pjdarton pjdarton added a comment - The repo to fork from (and submit PRs to) is .../jenkinsci/vsphere-cloud-plugin "mvn install" will build it. "mvn hpi:run" will run a local Jenkins with just that plugin. I don't have any magic documentation myself (it is a bit of a "learning curve"), but I've found the two commands above fairly useful. Also, if you make a PR, the jenkinsci infrastructure should auto-build it for you, and you can download the .hpi file from it if you wish.

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              medianick Nick Jones
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