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A One-Shot Executor is a Slave created for a specific Build in Jenkins Queue. It is launched as the Build start, and destroyed as the Build Complete. Think as a 1:1 lifecycle between your Build and the Slave to run it.

This plugin doesn't provide anything by itself, it is designed for being used by other plugin that require this new paradigm, typically relying on container technology.

Why ?

A classic (or Cloud) Jenkins slave has it standalone lifecycle and do accept task from the build queue. Especially, even when using a Cloud slave, which can create a fresh new slave for a Build, Slave will still precede the Build, and survive it. Cloud API can be tweaked to ensure slave will be created asap and destroyed after use for a Build, but