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Make Slave 馃牔 Jenkins conn. timeout configurable #141

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nehaljwani commented Feb 26, 2017

For certain slaves, there might be a need to perform some runtime
configuration/steps after getting scheduled, but before starting the
jenkins job. The default timeout of 100s might not be sufficient for
such a scenario. To cater to this use case, this patch introduces the
ability to configure the slave to jenkins connection timeout, defaulting
to 100s for backwards compatibility.

Make Slave 馃牔 Jenkins conn. timeout configurable
For certain slaves, there might be a need to perform some runtime
configuration/steps after getting scheduled, but before starting the
jenkins job. The default timeout of 100s might not be sufficient for
such a scenario. To cater to this use case, this patch introduces the
ability to configure the slave to jenkins connection timeout, defaulting
to 100s for backwards compatibility.
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nehaljwani Feb 26, 2017

@carlossg I have updated the PR as per your comments.

nehaljwani commented Feb 26, 2017

@carlossg I have updated the PR as per your comments.

@carlossg carlossg merged commit 6471a8e into jenkinsci:master Feb 27, 2017

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