I am getting this “gradlew permission denied” error after pushing my code to my GitLab repository. The build is not able to continue because the gradle wrapper is not able to run.
What is causing this and how to fix it?
From a local terminal/command line, use the Git command that follows to fix this issue:
git update-index --chmod=+x gradlew
Continue to commit the modifications to the gradlew file.
Push the changes to your Git repository.
You can read more at this page: https://www.joseyamut.xyz/2020/08/15/fix-gradlew-permission-denied-on-openshift-deploy/
I have a GitHub action set on self hosted Ubuntu VPS on Linode.
sudo ./svc.sh install and then
./svc.sh start. The runner is up and working but I have a command in my yaml file that needs to run as sudo. I have this command in sudoers file to run without sudo
%sudo ALL= NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl restart twentydb.service
But still when I push on the server the following error occurs.
sudo: a terminal is required to read the password; either use the -S option to read from standard input or configure an askpass helper
name: restart the service
sudo systemctl restart twentydb
I also need to set up 2 more runners on the same server and same setup.
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I my Jenkins setup I have a few set of jobs which uses agent to build and deploy. I achieved it by mentioning the agent label in the job configurations.
I have one job which has to execute on the master jenkins. If i don’t mention any label in job configuration and if no agents are online, the job gets executed on master jenkins. If any agent is online, instead of executing in master jenkins, it picks up some random agent and executes the job. How can i execute it on master even if agents are online?
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Author: B. Akshay