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  2. JENKINS-42569

Disable popups or Abort all pending / running jobs

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      If you just use Jenkins for code builds, then having a popup before aborting a job seems like a good idea. However we also use Jenkins to run our selenium test suites and there are hundreds of jobs in there which all need aborting if you know a core server is down...or there's a "slowdown" in the system somewhere. So now we have to click a popup for every job we abort.....very painful..... Ideally we should have a "Abort All running jobs" ......with a single popup "WARNING , this will kill all jobs, pending and running, on both the master and any slaves, are you sure?" .

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          danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment -

          The description leads me to believe this would be better off in a simple plugin, similar to https://plugins.jenkins.io/purge-build-queue-plugin

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          danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment - The description leads me to believe this would be better off in a simple plugin, similar to https://plugins.jenkins.io/purge-build-queue-plugin
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          paulca Paul Carr added a comment -

          Thanks Daniel,  I didn't see that plugin,that'll do for me. We have 10 slaves running the tests so clicking 10 popups isn't the end of the world...still mildly irritating though.

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          paulca Paul Carr added a comment - Thanks Daniel,  I didn't see that plugin,that'll do for me. We have 10 slaves running the tests so clicking 10 popups isn't the end of the world...still mildly irritating though.

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            paulca Paul Carr
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