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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-7557

Overlapping parameterized builds gets confused on downstream jobs

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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    • Environment:
      Hudson 1.372, ext-email, join, other basic plug-ins
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      Description

      We run job 'ONE' that calls parameterized jobs "A","B","C" and "D" with a join job
      We have another job 'TWO' that also calls jobs "A" and "B" with a different join job. (Maybe not the best idea, but it seemed a good one at the time.)

      Let's say job TWO is started and triggers job A (build 129) and job B (build 122)
      Before job A and job B are finished, someone starts job ONE.

      Job ONE starts job A (build 130) and job B (build 123) correctly, along with jobs C and D.
      In the log of job ONE it reports it started job A #129 and job B #122 instead of the correct job numbers. (Now I haven't tried to figure out if "join" gets confused by all of this, but the possibility is there.)

      Here are some cut and paste from the logs:
      [cwrt-trunk-WST-MMO-try] Build 17: (JOB TWO)
      Triggering a new build of cwrt-trunk-HARVEY-MMO-arm-try #129
      Triggering a new build of cwrt-trunk-HARVEY-MMO-i486-try #122

      [cwrt-trunk-WST-all-try] Build 982: (JOB ONE)
      Triggering a new build of cwrt-trunk-HARVEY-MMO-arm-try #129
      Triggering a new build of cwrt-trunk-HARVEY-MMO-i486-try #122
      Triggering a new build of cwrt-trunk-linux-LNX-try #227
      Triggering a new build of cwrt-trunk-tb101_BANGER-Win-WST-try #152
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            • Assignee:
              huybrechts huybrechts
              Reporter:
              markjwolff markjwolff
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