The Jenkins project provides Docker images for controllers (and more).
Beginning with Jenkins 2.344 released April 18, 2022 and Jenkins 2.332.3 released May 04, 2022, the behavior of the "Exit" and "Restart" lifecycle of the controller image jenkins/jenkins changed.
TL;DR; Ensure that you have a Container Restart Policy
For quick readers: check the How to Add a Container Restart Policy section for immediate actions to be taken.
The Jenkins project provides Docker images for controllers, inbound agents, outbound agents, and more.
Beginning with Jenkins 2.307 released August 17, 2021 and Jenkins 2.303.1 released August 25, 2021, the Docker images provided by the Jenkins project will use Java 11 instead of Java 8.
Controllers use Java 11 by default
If you are running one of the Jenkins Docker controller images that does not include a...
The Jenkins core release automation project has been delivering Jenkins weekly releases since Jenkins 2.232, April 16, 2020.
The Linux repositories that deliver the weekly release were updated with new GPG keys with the release of Jenkins 2.232.
Beginning with Jenkins LTS release 2.235.3, stable repositories will be signed with the same GPG keys that sign the weekly repositories.
Administrators of Linux systems must install the new...
In this article, I would like to announce the new Windows support policy
which was introduced in the Jenkins project in June 2020.
This policy sets an expectation about how we handle issues and patches related to Windows support for the Jenkins server and agents, and how we organize testing of Windows support in the project.
We will also talk about .NET Framework 2.0 support removal in...