- My controller is not able to be configured per its linked Configuration as Code Bundle.
- My controller is able to be configured per Configuration as Code, but some of the features are not being configured correctly.
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- CloudBees CI (CloudBees Core) on modern cloud platforms - Managed Master
- CloudBees CI (CloudBees Core) on modern cloud platforms - Operations Center
- CloudBees CI (CloudBees Core) on traditional platforms - Client Master
- CloudBees CI (CloudBees Core) on traditional platforms - Operations Center
Following the full list of items, but depending on the particular case, some points might not be required.
- Configuration as Code bundle
- Startup logs from the Controller
- Support Bundle for the Controller
- Connection logs of the Controller in the Operation Center
- Configuration of the Controller in the Opearation Center
- Support Bundle for the Operation Center
A support bundle from the Operation cneter and Master after the Configuration as Code attempt
The bundle containing the list of files listed for the different Platforms
Once the instance is linked to the CasC bundle, the CloudBees CI controller logs when the instance is started. If the controller comes up, it can be attached along with the support bundle if the option
Master Log Recorders is enabled.
This logs can be obtained in different ways:
* They are attached to a support bundle if the option
Client Masters Connection Logs is enabled.
* In the Controller’s file system,
* In Operation Center UI, browse to the “Example Controller” >
The configuration of the Controller (
config.xml) you are having the issues with from the Operation Center
You can also get the Controller item directory as described in How to get a Job / Folder directory.
Exceptionally, when you do not have access to the filesystem copy its configuration in an xml file as result as the output of accessing to its /config.xml endpoint. Example: From the URI of an example job in the browser
http://operation-center.example.com/cjoc/job/controller.example/ its configuration can be taken from http://operation-center.example.com/cjoc/job/controller.example/config.xml.