On 08/28/2013 06:07 PM, James Turner
Can't you use rsync instead of scp? It can upload to a temporary
directory and move the files when they are successfully transfered,
and uses temporary files anyway. I believe it also deletes the
temporaries if the transfer is interrupted.
Is there a way to make Jenkins where it will
notify people when it
uploads or just have a page where it says
"Jenkins is uploading please
wait a while and try this download again."
This way we don't get
Quick answer is there's a way to make Jenkins do anything,
longer answer is I don't know of an easy way that's trivial (or
I would have done it already) Ideally Jenkins would upload to a
non-public ('incoming') dir and trigger some operation on the
server to link / copy the files when the upload succeeds, I just
didn't come up with an easy way to make that happen yet.