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Plugin Information

View Job/Queue/Slaves Monitoring on the plugin site for more information.

This plugin show information about jobs, slaves and the queue in Jenkins.

The JQS-Monitoring Plugin makes it possible to monitor what is happening in the job queue, what is the status of each slave or each job that is build build at the moment. You can also get information about the number of failed build for the last 24 hours in a histogram graphic. With this plugin you can easily detect if a job is stuck in the queue or is being built for too long, see how loaded each slave is. The information for the different components can be viewed separately in single pages or simultaneously in one big page. The links to this pages can be found in the left menu-panel of the plugin.

This menu-panel also contains a link to the configuration page, where a number of options can be configured to change the way information is shown.


The plugin can be used to show information on small or big monitors, the different components can be added to other pages using the links.

For example you can use iframes to continuously monitor several Jenkins instances.

The plugin will appear in the left-side panel of the jenkins homepage. Its icon and links are available only for users with administrator permission.

Change log

Version 1.3 - (umpcoming - not released yet)

  • Show count for offline slaves

Version 1.3 - (19.07.2013)

  • REST API shows more information

Version 1.2 - (26.06.2013)

  • Fixed problem where in some cases the number of failed jobs was lower that the actual.
  • Fixed problem when retrieving the jenkins root path.
  • Unnecessary code deleted.

Version 1.0 - (18.04.2013)

  • First release.


  The plugin is open source.

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