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Schedule not working

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      Hi,

      I'm trying to setup a schedule to run a job every five minutes and it doesn't seem to be working. Job doesn't run at all. The schedule is set like this:

      H/5 * * * *

      to write a powershell command for 'hello world'.

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          hmagnanao Hector Magnanao added a comment -

          Hi Vincent,

          So this is what I observed about polling. It looks like it doesn't run the build when a checkin is done to the codebase. But, when I click on the 'Poll Now' link on the job sidebar, that's when it runs. Is this how it's supposed to work ? How do you make it automatically run without having to choose 'Poll Now' ?

          Hector

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          hmagnanao Hector Magnanao added a comment - Hi Vincent, So this is what I observed about polling. It looks like it doesn't run the build when a checkin is done to the codebase. But, when I click on the 'Poll Now' link on the job sidebar, that's when it runs. Is this how it's supposed to work ? How do you make it automatically run without having to choose 'Poll Now' ? Hector
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          hmagnanao Hector Magnanao added a comment -

          That's what I'm intending to do. But it's not running when I tried to checkin a file.

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          hmagnanao Hector Magnanao added a comment - That's what I'm intending to do. But it's not running when I tried to checkin a file.
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          vlatombe Vincent Latombe added a comment -

          Polling does trigger a build if changes are introduced in the code base, yes.

          Once polling is enabled, there is a link to the last poll log in the job sidebar allowing you to see when the last polling has taken place, and whether it found changes.

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          vlatombe Vincent Latombe added a comment - Polling does trigger a build if changes are introduced in the code base, yes. Once polling is enabled, there is a link to the last poll log in the job sidebar allowing you to see when the last polling has taken place, and whether it found changes.
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          hmagnanao Hector Magnanao added a comment -

          Jenkins 1.634. Just so I understand what polling does. Does it run the build whenever a checkin is done to the code base using a version control tool ? In my case, Integrity.

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          hmagnanao Hector Magnanao added a comment - Jenkins 1.634. Just so I understand what polling does. Does it run the build whenever a checkin is done to the code base using a version control tool ? In my case, Integrity.
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          vlatombe Vincent Latombe added a comment -

          What version of Jenkins core are you running? (it's very probably unrelated to this plugin, which only provides a button to trigger polling manually)

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          vlatombe Vincent Latombe added a comment - What version of Jenkins core are you running? (it's very probably unrelated to this plugin, which only provides a button to trigger polling manually)

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            vlatombe Vincent Latombe
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            hmagnanao Hector Magnanao
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