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View Project Build Times on the plugin site for more information.

This plugin contributes a new view implementation that provides graphs to display cumulative and separate build times on the dashboard-view.


This plugin allows for graphs to be displayed on the Jenkins Dashboard view in both stacked and line versions.

View layout

The dashboard view supports a layout with rows spanning the entire view with 2 columns.

Top portlet 1........ 


Left portlet 1 

Right portlet 1 

Left portlet 2 

Right portlet 2 

Bottom portlet 1... 






Version History

Version 1.0 (02/18/2014)

  • Initial release 
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  1. On jenkins 2.15, I get an error on trying to install this plugin ;

    Project Build Times

    Failure Failed to dynamically deploy this plugin
    at hudson.model.UpdateCenter$InstallationJob._run(
    at hudson.model.UpdateCenter$
    at java.util.concurrent.Executors$
    at hudson.remoting.AtmostOneThreadExecutor$
    Caused by: Failed to install project-build-times plugin
    at hudson.PluginManager.dynamicLoad(
    at hudson.PluginManager.dynamicLoad(
    at hudson.model.UpdateCenter$InstallationJob._run(
    ... 5 more
    Caused by: jenkins.MissingDependencyException: One or more dependencies could not be resolved for project-build-times : dashboard-view (2.0)
    at hudson.PluginWrapper.resolvePluginDependencies(
    at hudson.PluginManager.dynamicLoad(
    ... 7 more

  2. I have a problem with Stacked = on graphs. Some job colors seem to "bleed" where they don't belong. For example, here are graphs from a view with 2 jobs:

    Stacked = off: red line represents a job with long builds. Blue line is short builds.

    Stacked =on: blue color "bleeds" and doesn't make any sense:

  3. It would be quite useful for me to have build chart lines go from build to build and not dropping to zero on days when there were no builds. We have a lot of weekly scheduled jobs to track, etc.

    See illustration in my previous comment: Re: Project Build Times. Line spikes from zero and to zero look ugly and don't make much sense.

  4. Can someone direct me towards how to remove a single build from my build time history?  We had a broken process build that never failed and got left running over a weekend. So the whole chart is worthless because I cannot see anything but one large line.