Timeout when running stage on Bluemix DevOps pipeline

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I'm running e2e tests in a stage in my Bluemix DevOps pipeline but it is exceeding the 60 minutes limit:

 The execution exceeded the time limit of 60 minutes.

 One possible solution is to split up your execution.

 Finished: ERRORED                                                                

How do I solve this?
Aug 3, 2018 in DevOps Tools by Hannah
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Its not possible to change the timeout for a running build. Instead of using different stages try using multiple test jobs on each stage. Each stage has a timeout of 60 mins.

 

answered Aug 3, 2018 by Kalgi
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