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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-7542

Matrix jobs tied to label executed consecutively even if there are free nodes of this label

    Details

    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Critical
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Component/s: matrix-project-plugin
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      WinXP, Hudson v.1.376, each node configured as "number of executors"=1

      Description

      0. Two nodes of label 'X32' configured as "number of executors"=1
      1. Create a "free-style software project", tie it to 'X32' label.
      Run this job twice - two builds will be run simultaneously, both nodes are used. It is OK.
      2. Create a "multi-configuration project", tie it to 'X32' label.
      Run this job twice - one build started and running, another job is in queue, only one node is used.

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        bult bult added a comment -

        If matrix project tied to several labels and some of them are busy, I prefer to see job started before each label node become free.

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        bult bult added a comment - If matrix project tied to several labels and some of them are busy, I prefer to see job started before each label node become free.
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        morriste Stephen Morrison added a comment -

        I see the same thing. To have matrix builds distribute tests I need to specify the nodes individually - I can't use the label. All my nodes are also only single executors. My current Jenkins version is 1.420.

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        morriste Stephen Morrison added a comment - I see the same thing. To have matrix builds distribute tests I need to specify the nodes individually - I can't use the label. All my nodes are also only single executors. My current Jenkins version is 1.420.

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            Reporter:
            bult bult
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