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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-63492

Jenkins plugins dependencies errors

    Details

    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Component/s: blueocean-plugin
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      vanilla Jenkins 2.253 from docker image jenkins/jenkins:2.253
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      Description

      Hi,

       

      Given I use docker image jenkins/jenkins:2.253

      When I install plugins to my jenkins like this:

      /usr/local/bin/install-plugins.sh matrix-auth authorize-project job-dsl ldap slack permissive-script-security blueocean configuration-as-code sonar embeddable-build-status
      

      Which produces me this output 

      <skipped>
      
      Installed plugins:
      ace-editor:1.1
      apache-httpcomponents-client-4-api:4.5.10-2.0
      authentication-tokens:1.4
      authorize-project:1.3.0
      blueocean-autofavorite:1.2.4
      blueocean-bitbucket-pipeline:1.23.2
      blueocean-commons:1.23.2
      blueocean-config:1.23.2
      blueocean-core-js:1.23.2
      blueocean-dashboard:1.23.2
      blueocean-display-url:2.4.0
      blueocean-events:1.23.2
      blueocean-git-pipeline:1.23.2
      blueocean-github-pipeline:1.23.2
      blueocean-i18n:1.23.2
      blueocean-jira:1.23.2
      blueocean-jwt:1.23.2
      blueocean-personalization:1.23.2
      blueocean-pipeline-api-impl:1.23.2
      blueocean-pipeline-editor:1.23.2
      blueocean-pipeline-scm-api:1.23.2
      blueocean-rest-impl:1.23.2
      blueocean-rest:1.23.2
      blueocean-web:1.23.2
      blueocean:1.23.2
      branch-api:2.5.9
      cloudbees-bitbucket-branch-source:2.9.2
      cloudbees-folder:6.14
      configuration-as-code:1.43
      credentials-binding:1.23
      credentials:2.3.12
      display-url-api:2.3.3
      docker-commons:1.17
      docker-workflow:1.24
      durable-task:1.34
      echarts-api:4.8.0-2
      embeddable-build-status:2.0.3
      favorite:2.3.2
      git-client:3.4.2
      git-server:1.9
      git:4.3.0
      github-api:1.115
      github-branch-source:2.8.3
      github:1.31.0
      handy-uri-templates-2-api:2.1.8-1.0
      htmlpublisher:1.23
      jackson2-api:2.11.2
      jenkins-design-language:1.23.2
      jira:3.1.1
      job-dsl:1.77
      jquery-detached:1.2.1
      jquery3-api:3.5.1-1
      jsch:0.1.55.2
      junit:1.32
      ldap:1.24
      mailer:1.32
      matrix-auth:2.6.2
      matrix-project:1.17
      mercurial:2.10
      okhttp-api:3.14.9
      permissive-script-security:0.6
      pipeline-build-step:2.13
      pipeline-graph-analysis:1.10
      pipeline-input-step:2.11
      pipeline-milestone-step:1.3.1
      pipeline-model-api:1.7.1
      pipeline-model-definition:1.7.1
      pipeline-model-extensions:1.7.1
      pipeline-stage-step:2.5
      pipeline-stage-tags-metadata:1.7.1
      plain-credentials:1.7
      plugin-util-api:1.2.3
      pubsub-light:1.13
      scm-api:2.6.3
      script-security:1.74
      slack:2.41
      snakeyaml-api:1.26.4
      sonar:2.11
      sse-gateway:1.23
      ssh-credentials:1.18.1
      structs:1.20
      token-macro:2.12
      trilead-api:1.0.8
      variant:1.3
      workflow-api:2.40
      workflow-basic-steps:2.20
      workflow-cps-global-lib:2.17
      workflow-cps:2.82
      workflow-durable-task-step:2.36
      workflow-job:2.39
      workflow-multibranch:2.22
      workflow-scm-step:2.11
      workflow-step-api:2.22
      workflow-support:3.5
      Cleaning up locks
      

      Then I have a working jenkins

       

      but instead I get this:

       

      Additional info:

      This started only yesterday, previously exactly same command was giving me perfectly setup jenkins.

      I cannot see anything strange in the logs, especially about download issues or something like this. List of installed plugins seems to be correct in the log. 

       

      Could you possibly give me a hint where I can get more debug information?

       

       

      Thanks in advance

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          markewaite Mark Waite added a comment -

          I suspect a new dependency was added to one of the plugins referenced in your install-plugins.sh command line call. The install-plugins.sh command is deprecated. It does not resolve dependencies. A new command has been added that uses the plugin manager CLI jar to load plugins and their dependencies. Refer to the Docker README for more details.

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          markewaite Mark Waite added a comment - I suspect a new dependency was added to one of the plugins referenced in your install-plugins.sh command line call. The install-plugins.sh command is deprecated. It does not resolve dependencies. A new command has been added that uses the plugin manager CLI jar to load plugins and their dependencies. Refer to the Docker README for more details.

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              Reporter:
              spugachev Stanislav Pugachov
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