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Jenkins instance on 2 servers

Cornelius Ele
Hello all,

I am currently in the progress of migrating Jenkins from a Windows machine to a Linux machine. 
The Jenkins instance on the Linux machine can create builds without any errors. I noticed that the Jenkins instance on the Windows machine is still running... as long as I do not run the same projects at once, there should be no problem? Better yet, is it okay to have both instances running at the same time when they share the same configurations(minus the directory path) ?

Thanks

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Re: Jenkins instance on 2 servers

Fabi
You need to give more information. If the two instances are running on different machines
(Windows, Linux) how would they even know about each other? Or why could it be a
problem if they run at the same time? Is there anything that they both access?

bye  Fabi

Am Mittwoch, 5. Dezember 2018 19:59:39 UTC+1 schrieb Cornelius Ele:
Hello all,

I am currently in the progress of migrating Jenkins from a Windows machine to a Linux machine. 
The Jenkins instance on the Linux machine can create builds without any errors. I noticed that the Jenkins instance on the Windows machine is still running... as long as I do not run the same projects at once, there should be no problem? Better yet, is it okay to have both instances running at the same time when they share the same configurations(minus the directory path) ?

Thanks

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Cornelius Ele
When I was doing research on Jenkins instance migration from one server to another, a lot of them required me to stop the old instance (e.g. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8724939/how-to-move-jenkins-from-one-pc-to-another ).
When doing a build on the new instance, would it affect any of the previous builds or repositories in the older instance if I have both instances running?

Thanks

On Friday, December 7, 2018 at 7:42:27 AM UTC-5, fabian wrote:
You need to give more information. If the two instances are running on different machines
(Windows, Linux) how would they even know about each other? Or why could it be a
problem if they run at the same time? Is there anything that they both access?

bye  Fabi

Am Mittwoch, 5. Dezember 2018 19:59:39 UTC+1 schrieb Cornelius Ele:
Hello all,

I am currently in the progress of migrating Jenkins from a Windows machine to a Linux machine. 
The Jenkins instance on the Linux machine can create builds without any errors. I noticed that the Jenkins instance on the Windows machine is still running... as long as I do not run the same projects at once, there should be no problem? Better yet, is it okay to have both instances running at the same time when they share the same configurations(minus the directory path) ?

Thanks

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