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  2. JENKINS-330

External jobs should not fail if server is down

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      Hudson jobs that are run manually from the command line should not fail simply
      because the server running at $HUDSON_HOME isn't responding.

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            ryan_shoemaker ryan_shoemaker added a comment -

            The current code simply dumps a "java.net.ConnectException: Connection timed out
            " stacktrace if it is unable to contact the Hudson server and terminates without
            running the underlying job. This should be improved by printing a warning
            message explaining the problem. Also, a new command line switch should be added
            that allows the job to continue even if there is a problem contacting the Hudson
            server.

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            ryan_shoemaker ryan_shoemaker added a comment - The current code simply dumps a "java.net.ConnectException: Connection timed out " stacktrace if it is unable to contact the Hudson server and terminates without running the underlying job. This should be improved by printing a warning message explaining the problem. Also, a new command line switch should be added that allows the job to continue even if there is a problem contacting the Hudson server.
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            mindless Alan Harder added a comment -

            Marking unassigned, as no updates in a long time.

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            mindless Alan Harder added a comment - Marking unassigned, as no updates in a long time.

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