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Limitations of Credentials Masking
In the Jenkins project, we ask that people report security issues to our private issue tracker. This allows us to review issues and prepare fixes in private, often resulting in better, safer security fixes. As a side effect of that, we also learn about common misconceptions and usability problems related to security in Jenkins. This post is intended to address one of those: The goal and limitations of credentials masking. The Problem One very common example of that is the role of credentials masking in Jenkins, typically involving a pipeline snippet that looks like this: Jenkinsfile (Scripted Pipeline) ...
Remoting-based CLI removed from Jenkins
Close to two years ago, we announced in New, safer CLI in 2.54 that the traditional “Remoting” operation mode of the Jenkins command-line interface was being deprecated for a variety of reasons, especially its very poor security record. Today in Jenkins 2.165 support for this mode is finally being removed altogether, in both the server and bundled jenkins-cli.jar client. The projected June 5th LTS release will reflect this removal, at which point the Jenkins project will no longer maintain this feature nor investigate security vulnerabilities in it. This change makes the code in Jenkins core related to the CLI considerably simpler and more maintainable. (There are still two transports—HTTP(S) and...
SSH Steps for Jenkins Pipeline
This guest post was originally published on Cerner’s Engineering blog here. Pipeline-as-code or defining the deployment pipeline through code rather than manual job creation through UI, provides tremendous benefits for teams automating builds and deployment infrastructure across their environments. Source of image: Jenkins Pipelines Jenkins is a well-known open source continuous integration and continuous deployment automation tool. With the latest 2.0 release, Jenkins introduced the Pipeline plugin that implements Pipeline-as-code. This plugin lets you define delivery pipelines using concise scripts which deal elegantly with jobs involving persistence and asynchrony. The Pipeline-as-code’s script is also known as a Jenkinsfile. Jenkinsfiles uses a domain specific language syntax based...
Jenkins new year in China
At the time of the Spring Festival. I want to make a summary of some activities in the last year. You might already notice that more and more Chinese contributors emerge in the Jenkins community. We have a GSoC champion who is Shenyu Zheng. He is a great example for other students. With the effort of three skilled engineers, many Jenkins users could learn the edge technologies and useful use cases. They co-organized several Jenkins Meetups in a couple of cities in China. There are two workshops about Jenkins and Jenkins X in the DevOps International Summit. James Rawlings gave us a wonderful view of the...
Windows Installer Updates
The Windows Installer for Jenkins has been around for many years as a way for users to install a Jenkins Master on Windows as a service. Since it’s initial development, it has not received a lot of updates or features, but that is about to change. First, let’s take a look at the current installer experience. Step 1 This is the default look and feel for a Windows Installer using the WiX Toolset, not very pretty and doesn’t give much branding information as to what the installer is for. Step 2 Again, not much branding information. Step 3 The installer in general does not give many options for installing...

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    I have a problem when I build Jenkins with tomcat I'm using:

    jenkins version : 2.129
    tomcat version : 7.0.69

    And this is the steps  :

    1-change port of tomcat 
    2-copy jenkins.war in tomcat/webapp 
    3-finaly run tomcat