A commandline interface for Jenkins.
- Queries the current status of jobs in parallel.
- Can trigger Jenkins builds from the commandline.
- Visualizes the status of jobs and nodes.
- Can diff the output two runs.
usage: riffraff [<flags>] <command> [<args> ...] Flags: --help Show context-sensitive help (also try --help-long and --help-man). -v, --verbose Verbose mode. Print full job output --salt Show failed salt states Commands: help [<command>...] Show help. status [<regex>] Show the status of all matching jobs build [<regex>] Trigger build for all matching jobs logs <job> Show the logs of a job diff <job> <build1> <build2> Print a diff between two builds of a job queue [<regex>] Show the queue of all matching jobs nodes Show the status of all Jenkins nodes open [<regex>] Open a job in the browser
go get github.com/mre/riffraff
...or download a static binary from the releases page.
You need to set the following environment variables:
export JENKINS_URL="http://example.com/" export JENKINS_USER="username" export JENKINS_PW="password"
You might want to put those into your
~/.zshrc or equivalent.
riffraff status jenkins-job-name
This will print the current status of all Jenkins jobs matching the given pattern (
jenkins-job-name in this case).
You can use any regular expression for that, e.g.:
riffraff status "^application-.*-unittests$"
You can get the full output of each last job matching the pattern with
riffraff status -v "^application-.*-unittests$"
- Install golang version 1.11 or later for go modules support
- Clone this repository to a directory in your
$GOPATH/srctree (recommended) or use
go get -u github.com/mre/riffraff.git(uses https not SSH)
- In the source folder run
go run main.goto install modules and run
- If you don't have a Jenkins server you can run it by using its
.warfile (recommended) or installing its
The tool is named after the butler from the Rocky Horror Picture Show, and not the rapper with the same name ;-).