Hosting a build server server itself is actually not possible on SF resources, as you cannot run anything that is not a CGI script understood by the Apache installation on SF.

Hosting daily build files on SF is not allowed by SF. At least it was not when I last checked. They only want real releases being hosted on their file services and tell to host daily/nightly builds on some external service.

Eric Berry schrieb:
I'm assuming you mean as a file host.. There was at one point - I couldn't
get Jenkins to do SFTP, I'll have to check again to see if it can be done
now. The other issue was perhaps a mistaken assumption on my part, but I
didn't see a lot of projects hosting daily build artifacts in so
thought that there may be some restriction on having that many files
hosted for each project. As I say, perhaps this is a bad assumption on my
part, and to be honest, I don't remember doing a ton of research into it
since the Jenkins plugin didn't support SFTP at the time.

On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 11:49 AM, Alan Ezust <> wrote:

On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 10:25 AM, Eric Berry <> wrote:
Actually, is there anyone one here who would like to take over the
daily-builds? You would need to get a new file host for the build
since it's currently using my personal hosting environment, but I could
anyone who's interested to get their environment set up.
Is there a technical reason daily builds can not be hosted on sf.netitself?



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