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Jenkins Usage Statistics

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These scripts generate various data from existing census JSON files collected by the infrastructure. More specifically:


this scipts will create the following files:

  • multiple SVG graphics showing different statistcs about the usage of jenkins

  • a file <plugin-name>.stats.jsonfor every plugin, containing the following data (example: git-plugin - git.stats.json ):

    • name: the name of the plugin (as used in the filename)
    • installations: the number of installations for a given month
    • installationsPercentage: the percentage of installations
    • installationsPerVersion: the number of plugin installations for for each plugin version
    • installationsPercentagePerVersion: the percentage of installations a specifig version of the plugin makes up
  • installations.json: the number of jenkins installations by the jenkins core version

  • capabilities.json: a reverse cumulation of the installations.json to assist plugin developers in choosing base versions for there further plugin development



  1. you need to download the raw data (*.json.gz) from

    $> groovy download.groovy [pwd]

SVG (optional)

  • generate the graphs ... you might have to increase the memory: JAVA_OPTS="-Xmx4000M"
$> export LANG=en
$> groovy generateStats.groovy

The final SVGs will be in [workspace]/target/svg

JSON (optional)

  1. collect the data from the raw json format and store it into a local SQLite database
$> export LANG=en
$> groovy collectNumbers.groovy`
  1. generate the fine grained data set (json) for each plugin

    $> groovy createJson.groovy

The final json files will be in [workspace]/target/stats - these files have to be uploaded to a webserver to make them available for the confluence plugin.

All the scripts can be reexecuted in case a failure happens, e.g. the download will only download the files he needs and collecting the numbers will only happen on the raw data which is not imported yet.


scripts to generate different statistics on jenkins usage


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