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How to stop ongoing build when a new one is scheduled

In our setup, we are able to run only single build at the time (due to the deployment setup). I have set a max concurrent builds param to 1.

We happen to have multiple PRs merged around the same time, hence there may be new changes coming, while the build is ongoing. Then we have to wait until current build finishes and the next one starts (polling for changes).

I am missing/looking for a way to stop ongoing builds if the new one is scheduled. Is there a way to do that?

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Gonchik Tsymzhitov
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Feb 10, 2019



I hope the latest version 6.8.0 will cover your request

Where includes hung build killer as built-in :)



Gonchik Tsymzhitov

I am not sure I understand how that would solve it. 

I meant, that if there are coming changes during ongoing build, I would like the current build to stop, and new one to be triggered.

Like Stanislav Panchenko likes this

Hey @maclun , did you find any way to do what you want? That is also what I am looking for.


If there are multiple pushes to branch, they all create separated builds on the queue. However, we only care about the last build with the latest changes.

Like Stanislav Panchenko likes this

@serefbulbul Unfortunately not.

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