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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-54923

Spawning processes from build on windows server

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Component/s: msbuild-plugin
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      Windows
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      Description

      I am currently experiencing this issue on Jenkins running on windows server 

      I'm currently using M.S. Build Script for build and deployment.

      It is killing my job in middle without executing the next build step and job is finishing with the following failure message.

      Process leaked file descriptors. See
      https://jenkins.io/redirect/troubleshooting/process-leaked-file-descriptors
      for more information
      Build step 'Build a Visual Studio project or solution using MSBuild' marked build as failure
      [Office365connector] No webhooks to notify
      Finished: FAILURE

      Jenkins ver. 2.143

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          sampath_kokkiripati Sampath Kumar Kokkiripati created issue -
          sampath_kokkiripati Sampath Kumar Kokkiripati made changes -
          Field Original Value New Value
          Description I am currently experiencing this issue on windows server 
          Process leaked file descriptors. See
          [https://jenkins.io/redirect/troubleshooting/process-leaked-file-descriptors]
           for more information
          Build step 'Build a Visual Studio project or solution using MSBuild' marked build as failure
          [Office365connector] No webhooks to notify
          Finished: FAILURE
          I am currently experiencing this issue on Jenkins running on windows server 
           Process leaked file descriptors. See
           [https://jenkins.io/redirect/troubleshooting/process-leaked-file-descriptors]
           for more information
           Build step 'Build a Visual Studio project or solution using MSBuild' marked build as failure
           [Office365connector] No webhooks to notify
           Finished: FAILURE
          sampath_kokkiripati Sampath Kumar Kokkiripati made changes -
          Description I am currently experiencing this issue on Jenkins running on windows server 
           Process leaked file descriptors. See
           [https://jenkins.io/redirect/troubleshooting/process-leaked-file-descriptors]
           for more information
           Build step 'Build a Visual Studio project or solution using MSBuild' marked build as failure
           [Office365connector] No webhooks to notify
           Finished: FAILURE
          I am currently experiencing this issue on Jenkins running on windows server 
           Process leaked file descriptors. See
           [https://jenkins.io/redirect/troubleshooting/process-leaked-file-descriptors]
           for more information
           Build step 'Build a Visual Studio project or solution using MSBuild' marked build as failure
           [Office365connector] No webhooks to notify
           Finished: FAILURE

          [Jenkins ver. 2.143|https://jenkins.io/]
          sampath_kokkiripati Sampath Kumar Kokkiripati made changes -
          Description I am currently experiencing this issue on Jenkins running on windows server 
           Process leaked file descriptors. See
           [https://jenkins.io/redirect/troubleshooting/process-leaked-file-descriptors]
           for more information
           Build step 'Build a Visual Studio project or solution using MSBuild' marked build as failure
           [Office365connector] No webhooks to notify
           Finished: FAILURE

          [Jenkins ver. 2.143|https://jenkins.io/]
          *I am currently experiencing this issue on Jenkins running on windows server* 

          It is killing my job in middle without executing the next build step and job is finishing with the failure message.

           
           Process leaked file descriptors. See
           [https://jenkins.io/redirect/troubleshooting/process-leaked-file-descriptors]
           for more information
           Build step 'Build a Visual Studio project or solution using MSBuild' marked build as failure
           [Office365connector] No webhooks to notify
           *Finished: FAILURE*

          *[Jenkins ver. 2.143|https://jenkins.io/]*
          sampath_kokkiripati Sampath Kumar Kokkiripati made changes -
          Description *I am currently experiencing this issue on Jenkins running on windows server* 

          It is killing my job in middle without executing the next build step and job is finishing with the failure message.

           
           Process leaked file descriptors. See
           [https://jenkins.io/redirect/troubleshooting/process-leaked-file-descriptors]
           for more information
           Build step 'Build a Visual Studio project or solution using MSBuild' marked build as failure
           [Office365connector] No webhooks to notify
           *Finished: FAILURE*

          *[Jenkins ver. 2.143|https://jenkins.io/]*
          *I am currently experiencing this issue on Jenkins running on windows server* 

          I'm currently using M.S. Build Script for build and deployment.

          It is killing my job in middle without executing the next build step and job is finishing with the following failure message.


           Process leaked file descriptors. See
           [https://jenkins.io/redirect/troubleshooting/process-leaked-file-descriptors]
           for more information
           Build step 'Build a Visual Studio project or solution using MSBuild' marked build as failure
           [Office365connector] No webhooks to notify
           *Finished: FAILURE*

          *[Jenkins ver. 2.143|https://jenkins.io/]*

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            Assignee:
            marshall777 Lionel Cabasson
            Reporter:
            sampath_kokkiripati Sampath Kumar Kokkiripati
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