Requests for Help: add FreeBSD procstat support to akuma library for Jenkins
allanjude at freebsd.org
Thu Jun 25 20:01:56 UTC 2015
On 2015-06-25 15:49, George Neville-Neil wrote:
> On 18 Jun 2015, at 11:05, Craig Rodrigues wrote:
>> When setting up Jenkins, if you install new plugins, there
>> is a checkbox:
>> Restart Jenkins when installation is complete and no jobs are running
>> This checkbox allows you to restart Jenkins automatically when new
>> plugins are installed. This feature works on OS X, Linux, and Solaris,
>> but not FreeBSD.
>> I tracked down the problem on FreeBSD. It turns out in this file
>> in the Jenkins core Jenkins:
>> the akuma library ( https://github.com/kohsuke/akuma/ ) is used
>> to figure out what command-line arguments
>> were passed to the Java VM that is running Jenkins.
>> This allows Jenkins to restart the VM with the same command-line
>> The akuma library has platform specific code for
>> OS X, Linux, and Solaris, but not FreeBSD.
>> I am a bit overstretched with multiple things at this point.
>> I was wondering if someone with Java coding experience can help
>> with the following.
>> (1) Take the akuma library from https://github.com/kohsuke/akuma/
>> (2) Implement FreeBSD support in akuma, by having it execute
>> "procstat -c" to figure out the command-line arguments for a process.
>> (3) Make sure that all tests in akuma pass
>> (4) Send a GitHub pull request to incorporate the change upstream.
> I do not code in Java but also didnt' see a followup to this. Has anyone
> taken it upon themselves to fix this problem? If so, please speak up.
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I have looked into it, although the problem I foresee is that procstat
-k doesn't separate the different argv values with \0, but with just a
space. So it won't properly handle quoted arguments.
My interest in this was mainly based on my patch to libxo procstat, and
how it could solve the above problem. I am not sure how useful that ends
up being, since it would rely on a feature which isn't in any release of
FreeBSD yet. It is infact still waiting on a reviewer to get committed.
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