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  2. JENKINS-58216

Issues with Failed Download Output File in Docker

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      When running the plugin management jar in Docker, the following error is thrown:

      java.io.FileNotFoundException: failedplugins.txt (Permission denied)

      I tried copying an empty failedplugins file into the image using a COPY command in the Dockerfile, but I'm not sure if I'm copying the file to the wrong location or if there's some other issue with permissions.  

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          stopalopa Natasha Stopa created issue -
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          Epic Link JENKINS-53767 [ 194275 ]
          stopalopa Natasha Stopa made changes -
          Description When running the plugin management jar in Docker, the following error is thrown: 

          java.lang.reflect.InaccessibleObjectException: Unable to make boolean jdk.nio.zipfs.ZipFileSystem.isDirectory(byte[]) throws java.io.IOException accessible: module jdk.zipfs does not "opens jdk.nio.zipfs"

          I tried copying an empty faildplugins file into the image using a COPY command in the Dockerfile, but I'm not sure if I'm copying the file to the wrong location or if there's some other issue.  
          When running the plugin management jar in Docker, the following error is thrown:

          java.io.FileNotFoundException: failedplugins.txt (Permission denied)

          I tried copying an empty faildplugins file into the image using a COPY command in the Dockerfile, but I'm not sure if I'm copying the file to the wrong location or if there's some other issue.  
          stopalopa Natasha Stopa made changes -
          Description When running the plugin management jar in Docker, the following error is thrown:

          java.io.FileNotFoundException: failedplugins.txt (Permission denied)

          I tried copying an empty faildplugins file into the image using a COPY command in the Dockerfile, but I'm not sure if I'm copying the file to the wrong location or if there's some other issue.  
          When running the plugin management jar in Docker, the following error is thrown:

          java.io.FileNotFoundException: failedplugins.txt (Permission denied)

          I tried copying an empty failedplugins file into the image using a COPY command in the Dockerfile, but I'm not sure if I'm copying the file to the wrong location or if there's some other issue.  
          stopalopa Natasha Stopa made changes -
          Description When running the plugin management jar in Docker, the following error is thrown:

          java.io.FileNotFoundException: failedplugins.txt (Permission denied)

          I tried copying an empty failedplugins file into the image using a COPY command in the Dockerfile, but I'm not sure if I'm copying the file to the wrong location or if there's some other issue.  
          When running the plugin management jar in Docker, the following error is thrown:

          java.io.FileNotFoundException: failedplugins.txt (Permission denied)

          I tried copying an empty failedplugins file into the image using a COPY command in the Dockerfile, but I'm not sure if I'm copying the file to the wrong location or if there's some other issue with permissions.  
          stopalopa Natasha Stopa made changes -
          Status Open [ 1 ] In Progress [ 3 ]
          stopalopa Natasha Stopa made changes -
          Status In Progress [ 3 ] In Review [ 10005 ]
          stopalopa Natasha Stopa made changes -
          Status In Review [ 10005 ] Resolved [ 5 ]
          Resolution Fixed [ 1 ]

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              stopalopa Natasha Stopa
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              stopalopa Natasha Stopa
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