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run cron job on multiple nodes (via scriptrunner)

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Dear community

I need to set a cron job service that would send heartbeats to opsgenie to ensure that every node is healthy.

We have a Jira Data Center setup with multiple node.

Based on my analysis of scheduling groovy scripts via the scriptrunner jobs I see that the scriprunner service runs only one node per schedule. Is it possible to configure it e.q for all nodes or pin it to a specific one.

reading through the developer documentation of Atlassian I've found a way doing it with an custom plugin (https://developer.atlassian.com/server/jira/platform/developing-for-high-availability-and-clustering),but the effort would be far too great for this use case.

 

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@eli.cohen 

 

I would like to ask if you have scriptrunner script that can check the nodes status. Can you share with me.

 

Thanks

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Hi,

Looks better to check from outside healthy of nodes. Instead from platform 

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