A command-line bridge between Gitlab CI and Jenkins CI.
Sometimes your CI is spread between Gitlab CI and Jenkins. Using a single UI to follow all your jobs is better than switching between two of them.
Gitlab has a nice UI for pipelines, it better than Jenkins' one.
This utility will let you trigger Jenkins jobs right from Gitlab pipelines. It will also forward the whole Gitlab CI environment to Jenkins as build parameters.
You will be able to see the whole build log direclty from Gitlab CI.
Jenklab CI is accessible through a command-line script:
pmsipilot-jenklab-ci 1.4.0 - A command-line bridge between Gitlab CI and Jenkins CI USAGE jenklab-ci build <job> ARGUMENTS <job> Job name required OPTIONS --https Use https to reach Jenkins optional default: false --host <host> Jenkins host name optional --port <port> Jenkins port number optional --username <username> Jenkins username optional --token <token> Jenkins token optional --polling-interval <token> Polling interval (seconds) optional default: 5 --parameter <descriptor> Additional parameters optional --dot Use a dot report, do not stream log optional default: false GLOBAL OPTIONS -h, --help Display help -V, --version Display version --no-color Disable colors --quiet Quiet mode - only displays warn and error messages -v, --verbose Verbose mode - will also output debug messages
A Docker image is also available to let you add it to your
stages: # ... - jenkins jenkins-job-name: image: pmsipilot/jenklab-ci tags: - swarm stage: jenkins when: manual script: - jenklab-ci build $CI_JOB_NAME after_script: - jenklab-ci kill
- Jenklab CI will stream the Jenkins build log to the Gitlab CI console: this can lead to huge logs stored in your Gitlab database.
- Your Jenkins job might take longer due to the time spent in queue. By default, Gitlab CI jobs are killed after 60 minutes. You might need to change the job timeout in you Gitlab project's CI/CD configuration.
This project is released under the MIT license except for the logos which are released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License as requested by the Jenkins project's license terms.