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* Add support for initializing Jenkins master only once.

Signed-off-by: Adeel Hasan Akbari <adeel.akbari@gmail.com>

* Enhance documentation to highlight dependence on `persistence.enabled`

Signed-off-by: Adeel Hasan Akbari <adeel.akbari@gmail.com>

* Bump chart version to 2.5.0

Signed-off-by: Adeel Hasan Akbari <adeel.akbari@gmail.com>

* Bump chart version to 2.5.0

Signed-off-by: Adeel Hasan Akbari <adeel.akbari@gmail.com>
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# Default values for jenkins.
# This is a YAML-formatted file.
# Declare name/value pairs to be passed into your templates.
# name: value
## Overrides for generated resource names
# See templates/_helpers.tpl
# nameOverride:
# fullnameOverride:
# namespaceOverride:
# For FQDN resolving of the master service. Change this value to match your existing configuration.
# ref: https://github.com/kubernetes/dns/blob/master/docs/specification.md
clusterZone: "cluster.local"
master:
httpsKeyStore:
jenkinsHttpsJksSecretName: ''
enable: false
httpPort: 8081
path: "/var/jenkins_keystore"
fileName: "keystore.jks"
password: "password"
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# Used for label app.kubernetes.io/component
componentName: "jenkins-master"
image: "jenkins/jenkins"
tag: "lts"
imagePullPolicy: "Always"
imagePullSecretName:
# Optionally configure lifetime for master-container
lifecycle:
# postStart:
# exec:
# command:
# - "uname"
# - "-a"
disableRememberMe: false
numExecutors: 0
# configures the executor mode of the Jenkins node. Possible values are: NORMAL or EXCLUSIVE
executorMode: "NORMAL"
# This is ignored if enableRawHtmlMarkupFormatter is true
markupFormatter: plainText
customJenkinsLabels: []
# configAutoReload requires UseSecurity is set to true:
useSecurity: true
# enables configuration done directly via XML files
enableXmlConfig: false
# Allows to configure different SecurityRealm using Jenkins XML
securityRealm: |-
<securityRealm class="hudson.security.LegacySecurityRealm"/>
# Allows to configure different AuthorizationStrategy using Jenkins XML
authorizationStrategy: |-
<authorizationStrategy class="hudson.security.FullControlOnceLoggedInAuthorizationStrategy">
<denyAnonymousReadAccess>true</denyAnonymousReadAccess>
</authorizationStrategy>
hostNetworking: false
# When enabling LDAP or another non-Jenkins identity source, the built-in admin account will no longer exist.
# If you disable the non-Jenkins identity store and instead use the Jenkins internal one,
# you should revert master.adminUser to your preferred admin user:
adminUser: "admin"
# adminPassword: <defaults to random>
admin:
existingSecret: ""
userKey: jenkins-admin-user
passwordKey: jenkins-admin-password
# This values should not be changed unless you use your custom image of jenkins or any devired from. If you want to use
# Cloudbees Jenkins Distribution docker, you should set jenkinsHome: "/var/cloudbees-jenkins-distribution"
jenkinsHome: "/var/jenkins_home"
# This values should not be changed unless you use your custom image of jenkins or any devired from. If you want to use
# Cloudbees Jenkins Distribution docker, you should set jenkinsRef: "/usr/share/cloudbees-jenkins-distribution/ref"
jenkinsRef: "/usr/share/jenkins/ref"
rollingUpdate: {}
# Ignored if Persistence is enabled
# maxSurge: 1
# maxUnavailable: 25%
resources:
requests:
cpu: "50m"
memory: "256Mi"
limits:
cpu: "2000m"
memory: "4096Mi"
# Environment variables that get added to the init container (useful for e.g. http_proxy)
# initContainerEnv:
# - name: http_proxy
# value: "http://192.168.64.1:3128"
# containerEnv:
# - name: http_proxy
# value: "http://192.168.64.1:3128"
# Set min/max heap here if needed with:
# javaOpts: "-Xms512m -Xmx512m"
# jenkinsOpts: ""
# jenkinsUrl: ""
# If you set this prefix and use ingress controller then you might want to set the ingress path below
# jenkinsUriPrefix: "/jenkins"
# Enable pod security context (must be `true` if runAsUser or fsGroup are set)
usePodSecurityContext: true
# Set runAsUser to 1000 to let Jenkins run as non-root user 'jenkins' which exists in 'jenkins/jenkins' docker image.
# When setting runAsUser to a different value than 0 also set fsGroup to the same value:
runAsUser: 1000
fsGroup: 1000
servicePort: 8080
targetPort: 8080
# For minikube, set this to NodePort, elsewhere use LoadBalancer
# Use ClusterIP if your setup includes ingress controller
serviceType: ClusterIP
# Jenkins master service annotations
serviceAnnotations: {}
# Jenkins master custom labels
deploymentLabels: {}
# foo: bar
# bar: foo
# Jenkins master service labels
serviceLabels: {}
# service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-backend-protocol: https
# Put labels on Jenkins master pod
podLabels: {}
# Used to create Ingress record (should used with ServiceType: ClusterIP)
# nodePort: <to set explicitly, choose port between 30000-32767
# Enable Kubernetes Liveness and Readiness Probes
# ~ 2 minutes to allow Jenkins to restart when upgrading plugins. Set ReadinessTimeout to be shorter than LivenessTimeout.
healthProbes: true
healthProbesLivenessTimeout: 5
healthProbesReadinessTimeout: 5
healthProbeLivenessPeriodSeconds: 10
healthProbeReadinessPeriodSeconds: 10
healthProbeLivenessFailureThreshold: 5
healthProbeReadinessFailureThreshold: 3
healthProbeLivenessInitialDelay: 90
healthProbeReadinessInitialDelay: 60
slaveListenerPort: 50000
slaveHostPort:
disabledAgentProtocols:
- JNLP-connect
- JNLP2-connect
csrf:
defaultCrumbIssuer:
enabled: true
proxyCompatability: true
cli: false
# Kubernetes service type for the JNLP agent service
# slaveListenerServiceType is the Kubernetes Service type for the JNLP agent service,
# either 'LoadBalancer', 'NodePort', or 'ClusterIP'
# Note if you set this to 'LoadBalancer', you *must* define annotations to secure it. By default
# this will be an external load balancer and allowing inbound 0.0.0.0/0, a HUGE
# security risk: https://github.com/kubernetes/charts/issues/1341
slaveListenerServiceType: "ClusterIP"
# Optionally assign an IP to the LoadBalancer slaveListenerService LoadBalancer
# GKE users: only regional static IPs will work for Service Load balancer.
# slaveListenerLoadBalancerIP: 1.2.3.4
slaveListenerServiceAnnotations: {}
slaveDefaultsProviderTemplate: ""
slaveConnectTimeout: 5
slaveReadTimeout: 15
slaveKubernetesNamespace:
slaveJenkinsUrl:
slaveJenkinsTunnel:
# Example of 'LoadBalancer' type of agent listener with annotations securing it
# slaveListenerServiceType: LoadBalancer
# slaveListenerServiceAnnotations:
# service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-internal: "True"
# service.beta.kubernetes.io/load-balancer-source-ranges: "172.0.0.0/8, 10.0.0.0/8"
# LoadBalancerSourcesRange is a list of allowed CIDR values, which are combined with ServicePort to
# set allowed inbound rules on the security group assigned to the master load balancer
loadBalancerSourceRanges:
- 0.0.0.0/0
# Optionally assign a known public LB IP
# loadBalancerIP: 1.2.3.4
# Optionally configure a JMX port
# requires additional javaOpts, ie
# javaOpts: >
# -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.port=4000
# -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.authenticate=false
# -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote.ssl=false
# jmxPort: 4000
# Optionally configure other ports to expose in the master container
extraPorts: []
# - name: BuildInfoProxy
# port: 9000
# List of plugins to be install during Jenkins master start
installPlugins:
- kubernetes:1.25.7
- workflow-job:2.39
- workflow-aggregator:2.6
- credentials-binding:1.23
- git:4.2.2
- configuration-as-code:1.41
# List of plugins to install in addition to those listed in master.installPlugins
additionalPlugins: []
# Enable to initialize the Jenkins master only once on initial installation.
# Without this, whenever the master gets restarted (Evicted, etc.) it will fetch plugin updates which has the potential to cause breakage.
# Note that for this to work, `persistence.enabled` needs to be set to `true`
initializeOnce: false
# Enable to always override the installed plugins with the values of 'master.installPlugins' on upgrade or redeployment.
# overwritePlugins: true
# Configures if plugins bundled with `master.image` should be overwritten with the values of 'master.installPlugins' on upgrade or redeployment.
overwritePluginsFromImage: true
# Enable HTML parsing using OWASP Markup Formatter Plugin (antisamy-markup-formatter), useful with ghprb plugin.
# The plugin is not installed by default, please update master.installPlugins.
enableRawHtmlMarkupFormatter: false
# Used to approve a list of groovy functions in pipelines used the script-security plugin. Can be viewed under /scriptApproval
scriptApproval: []
# - "method groovy.json.JsonSlurperClassic parseText java.lang.String"
# - "new groovy.json.JsonSlurperClassic"
# List of groovy init scripts to be executed during Jenkins master start
initScripts: []
# - |
# print 'adding global pipeline libraries, register properties, bootstrap jobs...'
# Kubernetes secret that contains a 'credentials.xml' for Jenkins
# credentialsXmlSecret: jenkins-credentials
# Kubernetes secret that contains files to be put in the Jenkins 'secrets' directory,
# useful to manage encryption keys used for credentials.xml for instance (such as
# master.key and hudson.util.Secret)
# secretsFilesSecret: jenkins-secrets
# Jenkins XML job configs to provision
jobs: {}
# test: |-
# <<xml here>>
# Below is the implementation of Jenkins Configuration as Code. Add a key under configScripts for each configuration area,
# where each corresponds to a plugin or section of the UI. Each key (prior to | character) is just a label, and can be any value.
# Keys are only used to give the section a meaningful name. The only restriction is they may only contain RFC 1123 \ DNS label
# characters: lowercase letters, numbers, and hyphens. The keys become the name of a configuration yaml file on the master in
# /var/jenkins_home/casc_configs (by default) and will be processed by the Configuration as Code Plugin. The lines after each |
# become the content of the configuration yaml file. The first line after this is a JCasC root element, eg jenkins, credentials,
# etc. Best reference is https://<jenkins_url>/configuration-as-code/reference. The example below creates a welcome message:
JCasC:
enabled: true
defaultConfig: true
configScripts: {}
# Ignored if securityRealm is defined in master.JCasC.configScripts and
# ignored if master.enableXmlConfig=true as master.securityRealm takes precedence
securityRealm: |-
legacy
# Ignored if authorizationStrategy is defined in master.JCasC.configScripts and
# ignored if master.enableXmlConfig=true as master.authorizationStrategy takes precedence
authorizationStrategy: |-
loggedInUsersCanDoAnything:
allowAnonymousRead: false
# welcome-message: |
# jenkins:
# systemMessage: Welcome to our CI\CD server. This Jenkins is configured and managed 'as code'.
# Optionally specify additional init-containers
customInitContainers: []
# - name: custom-init
# image: "alpine:3.7"
# imagePullPolicy: Always
# command: [ "uname", "-a" ]
sidecars:
configAutoReload:
# If enabled: true, Jenkins Configuration as Code will be reloaded on-the-fly without a reboot. If false or not-specified,
# jcasc changes will cause a reboot and will only be applied at the subsequent start-up. Auto-reload uses the
# http://<jenkins_url>/reload-configuration-as-code endpoint to reapply config when changes to the configScripts are detected.
enabled: true
image: kiwigrid/k8s-sidecar:0.1.144
imagePullPolicy: IfNotPresent
resources: {}
# limits:
# cpu: 100m
# memory: 100Mi
# requests:
# cpu: 50m
# memory: 50Mi
# How many connection-related errors to retry on
reqRetryConnect: 10
# env:
# - name: REQ_TIMEOUT
# value: "30"
# SSH port value can be set to any unused TCP port. The default, 1044, is a non-standard SSH port that has been chosen at random.
# Is only used to reload jcasc config from the sidecar container running in the Jenkins master pod.
# This TCP port will not be open in the pod (unless you specifically configure this), so Jenkins will not be
# accessible via SSH from outside of the pod. Note if you use non-root pod privileges (runAsUser & fsGroup),
# this must be > 1024:
sshTcpPort: 1044
# folder in the pod that should hold the collected dashboards:
folder: "/var/jenkins_home/casc_configs"
# If specified, the sidecar will search for JCasC config-maps inside this namespace.
# Otherwise the namespace in which the sidecar is running will be used.
# It's also possible to specify ALL to search in all namespaces:
# searchNamespace:
# Allows you to inject additional/other sidecars
other: []
## The example below runs the client for https://smee.io as sidecar container next to Jenkins,
## that allows to trigger build behind a secure firewall.
## https://jenkins.io/blog/2019/01/07/webhook-firewalls/#triggering-builds-with-webhooks-behind-a-secure-firewall
##
## Note: To use it you should go to https://smee.io/new and update the url to the generete one.
# - name: smee
# image: docker.io/twalter/smee-client:1.0.2
# args: ["--port", "{{ .Values.master.servicePort }}", "--path", "/github-webhook/", "--url", "https://smee.io/new"]
# resources:
# limits:
# cpu: 50m
# memory: 128Mi
# requests:
# cpu: 10m
# memory: 32Mi
# Node labels and tolerations for pod assignment
# ref: https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/#nodeselector
# ref: https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/assign-pod-node/#taints-and-tolerations-beta-feature
nodeSelector: {}
terminationGracePeriodSeconds:
tolerations: []
# Leverage a priorityClass to ensure your pods survive resource shortages
# ref: https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/pod-priority-preemption/
# priorityClass: system-cluster-critical
podAnnotations: {}
# Add deployment annotation
deploymentAnnotations: {}
# The below two configuration-related values are deprecated and replaced by Jenkins Configuration as Code (see above
# JCasC key). They will be deleted in an upcoming version.
customConfigMap: false
# By default, the configMap is only used to set the initial config the first time
# that the chart is installed. Setting `overwriteConfig` to `true` will overwrite
# the jenkins config with the contents of the configMap every time the pod starts.
# This will also overwrite all init scripts
overwriteConfig: false
# By default, the Jobs Map is only used to set the initial jobs the first time
# that the chart is installed. Setting `overwriteJobs` to `true` will overwrite
# the jenkins jobs configuration with the contents of Jobs every time the pod starts.
overwriteJobs: false
ingress:
enabled: false
# Override for the default paths that map requests to the backend
paths: []
# - backend:
# serviceName: ssl-redirect
# servicePort: use-annotation
# - backend:
# serviceName: >-
# {{ template "jenkins.fullname" . }}
# # Don't use string here, use only integer value!
# servicePort: 8080
# For Kubernetes v1.14+, use 'networking.k8s.io/v1beta1'
apiVersion: "extensions/v1beta1"
labels: {}
annotations: {}
# kubernetes.io/ingress.class: nginx
# kubernetes.io/tls-acme: "true"
# Set this path to jenkinsUriPrefix above or use annotations to rewrite path
# path: "/jenkins"
# configures the hostname e.g. jenkins.example.com
hostName:
tls:
# - secretName: jenkins.cluster.local
# hosts:
# - jenkins.cluster.local
# If you're running on GKE and need to configure a backendconfig
# to finish ingress setup, use the following values.
# Docs: https://cloud.google.com/kubernetes-engine/docs/concepts/backendconfig
backendconfig:
enabled: false
apiVersion: "extensions/v1beta1"
name:
labels: {}
annotations: {}
spec: {}
# Openshift route
route:
enabled: false
labels: {}
annotations: {}
# path: "/jenkins"
additionalConfig: {}
# master.hostAliases allows for adding entries to Pod /etc/hosts:
# https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/services-networking/add-entries-to-pod-etc-hosts-with-host-aliases/
hostAliases: []
# - ip: 192.168.50.50
# hostnames:
# - something.local
# - ip: 10.0.50.50
# hostnames:
# - other.local
# Expose Prometheus metrics
prometheus:
# If enabled, add the prometheus plugin to the list of plugins to install
# https://plugins.jenkins.io/prometheus
enabled: false
# Additional labels to add to the ServiceMonitor object
serviceMonitorAdditionalLabels: {}
# Set a custom namespace where to deploy ServiceMonitor resource
# serviceMonitorNamespace: monitoring
scrapeInterval: 60s
# This is the default endpoint used by the prometheus plugin
scrapeEndpoint: /prometheus
# Additional labels to add to the PrometheusRule object
alertingRulesAdditionalLabels: {}
# An array of prometheus alerting rules
# See here: https://prometheus.io/docs/prometheus/latest/configuration/alerting_rules/
# The `groups` root object is added by default, simply add the rule entries
alertingrules: []
# Can be used to disable rendering master test resources when using helm template
testEnabled: true
agent:
enabled: true
image: "jenkins/inbound-agent"
tag: "4.3-4"
workingDir: "/home/jenkins"
customJenkinsLabels: []
# name of the secret to be used for image pulling
imagePullSecretName:
componentName: "jenkins-slave"
privileged: false
runAsUser:
runAsGroup:
resources:
requests:
cpu: "512m"
memory: "512Mi"
limits:
cpu: "512m"
memory: "512Mi"
# You may want to change this to true while testing a new image
alwaysPullImage: false
# Controls how agent pods are retained after the Jenkins build completes
# Possible values: Always, Never, OnFailure
podRetention: "Never"
# You can define the volumes that you want to mount for this container
# Allowed types are: ConfigMap, EmptyDir, HostPath, Nfs, PVC, Secret
# Configure the attributes as they appear in the corresponding Java class for that type
# https://github.com/jenkinsci/kubernetes-plugin/tree/master/src/main/java/org/csanchez/jenkins/plugins/kubernetes/volumes
volumes: []
# - type: ConfigMap
# configMapName: myconfigmap
# mountPath: /var/myapp/myconfigmap
# - type: EmptyDir
# mountPath: /var/myapp/myemptydir
# memory: false
# - type: HostPath
# hostPath: /var/lib/containers
# mountPath: /var/myapp/myhostpath
# - type: Nfs
# mountPath: /var/myapp/mynfs
# readOnly: false
# serverAddress: "192.0.2.0"
# serverPath: /var/lib/containers
# - type: PVC
# claimName: mypvc
# mountPath: /var/myapp/mypvc
# readOnly: false
# - type: Secret
# defaultMode: "600"
# mountPath: /var/myapp/mysecret
# secretName: mysecret
# Pod-wide ennvironment, these vars are visible to any container in the agent pod
envVars: []
# - name: PATH
# value: /usr/local/bin
nodeSelector: {}
# Key Value selectors. Ex:
# jenkins-agent: v1
# Executed command when side container gets started
command:
args: "${computer.jnlpmac} ${computer.name}"
# Side container name
sideContainerName: "jnlp"
# Doesn't allocate pseudo TTY by default
TTYEnabled: false
# Max number of spawned agent
containerCap: 10
# Pod name
podName: "default"
# Allows the Pod to remain active for reuse until the configured number of
# minutes has passed since the last step was executed on it.
idleMinutes: 0
# Raw yaml template for the Pod. For example this allows usage of toleration for agent pods.
# https://github.com/jenkinsci/kubernetes-plugin#using-yaml-to-define-pod-templates
# https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/configuration/taint-and-toleration/
yamlTemplate: ""
# yamlTemplate: |-
# apiVersion: v1
# kind: Pod
# spec:
# tolerations:
# - key: "key"
# operator: "Equal"
# value: "value"
# Defines how the raw yaml field gets merged with yaml definitions from inherited pod templates: merge or override
yamlMergeStrategy: "override"
# Timeout in seconds for an agent to be online
slaveConnectTimeout: 100
# Below is the implementation of custom pod templates for the default configured kubernetes cloud.
# Add a key under podTemplates for each pod template. Each key (prior to | character) is just a label, and can be any value.
# Keys are only used to give the pod template a meaningful name. The only restriction is they may only contain RFC 1123 \ DNS label
# characters: lowercase letters, numbers, and hyphens. Each pod template can contain multiple containers.
# For this pod templates configuration to be loaded the following values must be set:
# master.JCasC.enabled: true
# master.JCasC.defaultConfig: true
# Best reference is https://<jenkins_url>/configuration-as-code/reference#Cloud-kubernetes. The example below creates a python pod template.
podTemplates: {}
# python: |
# - name: python
# label: jenkins-python
# serviceAccount: jenkins
# containers:
# - name: python
# image: python:3
# command: "/bin/sh -c"
# args: "cat"
# ttyEnabled: true
# privileged: true
# resourceRequestCpu: "400m"
# resourceRequestMemory: "512Mi"
# resourceLimitCpu: "1"
# resourceLimitMemory: "1024Mi"
# Here you can add additional agents
# They inherit all values from `agent` so you only need to specify values which differ
additionalAgents: {}
# maven:
# podName: maven
# customJenkinsLabels: maven
# # An example of overriding the jnlp container
# # sideContainerName: jnlp
# image: jenkins/jnlp-agent-maven
# tag: latest
# python:
# podName: python
# customJenkinsLabels: python
# sideContainerName: python
# image: python
# tag: "3"
# command: "/bin/sh -c"
# args: "cat"
# TTYEnabled: true
persistence:
enabled: true
## A manually managed Persistent Volume and Claim
## Requires persistence.enabled: true
## If defined, PVC must be created manually before volume will be bound
existingClaim:
## jenkins data Persistent Volume Storage Class
## If defined, storageClassName: <storageClass>
## If set to "-", storageClassName: "", which disables dynamic provisioning
## If undefined (the default) or set to null, no storageClassName spec is
## set, choosing the default provisioner. (gp2 on AWS, standard on
## GKE, AWS & OpenStack)
##
storageClass:
annotations: {}
accessMode: "ReadWriteOnce"
size: "8Gi"
volumes:
# - name: nothing
# emptyDir: {}
mounts:
# - mountPath: /var/nothing
# name: nothing
# readOnly: true
networkPolicy:
# Enable creation of NetworkPolicy resources.
enabled: false
# For Kubernetes v1.4, v1.5 and v1.6, use 'extensions/v1beta1'
# For Kubernetes v1.7, use 'networking.k8s.io/v1'
apiVersion: networking.k8s.io/v1
# You can allow agents to connect from both within the cluster (from within specific/all namespaces) AND/OR from a given external IP range
internalAgents:
allowed: true
podLabels: {}
namespaceLabels: {}
# project: myproject
externalAgents: {}
# ipCIDR: 172.17.0.0/16
# except:
# - 172.17.1.0/24
## Install Default RBAC roles and bindings
rbac:
create: true
readSecrets: false
serviceAccount:
create: true
# The name of the service account is autogenerated by default
name:
annotations: {}
serviceAccountAgent:
# Specifies whether a ServiceAccount should be created
create: false
# The name of the ServiceAccount to use.
# If not set and create is true, a name is generated using the fullname template
name:
annotations: {}
## Backup cronjob configuration
## Ref: https://github.com/maorfr/kube-tasks
backup:
# Backup must use RBAC
# So by enabling backup you are enabling RBAC specific for backup
enabled: false
# Used for label app.kubernetes.io/component
componentName: "backup"
# Schedule to run jobs. Must be in cron time format
# Ref: https://crontab.guru/
schedule: "0 2 * * *"
labels: {}
annotations: {}
# Example for authorization to AWS S3 using kube2iam
# Can also be done using environment variables
# iam.amazonaws.com/role: "jenkins"
image:
repository: "maorfr/kube-tasks"
tag: "0.2.0"
# Additional arguments for kube-tasks
# Ref: https://github.com/maorfr/kube-tasks#simple-backup
extraArgs: []
# Add existingSecret for AWS credentials
existingSecret: {}
## Example for using an existing secret
# jenkinsaws:
## Use this key for AWS access key ID
# awsaccesskey: jenkins_aws_access_key
## Use this key for AWS secret access key
# awssecretkey: jenkins_aws_secret_key
# Add additional environment variables
# jenkinsgcp:
## Use this key for GCP credentials
# gcpcredentials: credentials.json
env: []
# Example environment variable required for AWS credentials chain
# - name: "AWS_REGION"
# value: "us-east-1"
resources:
requests:
memory: 1Gi
cpu: 1
limits:
memory: 1Gi
cpu: 1
# Destination to store the backup artifacts
# Supported cloud storage services: AWS S3, Minio S3, Azure Blob Storage, Google Cloud Storage
# Additional support can added. Visit this repository for details
# Ref: https://github.com/maorfr/skbn
destination: "s3://jenkins-data/backup"
checkDeprecation: true