When running Jenkins from a read-only JENKINS_HOME, disk usage collection won't work, since it wants to touch the JENKINS_HOME directory.
This happens when running Jenkins in a containerized environment with a read-only root filesystem, where all the writable paths (i.e. workspace, cache, tmp etc.) are mounted to writable filesystems.
Is it maybe a possibility to opt-out of that touch to JENKINS_HOME?
|Assignee||Pierre Beitz [ pierrebtz ]|