Changing Jenkins workspace

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How do I change my Jenkins workspace?
May 15 in Jenkins by Olly
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By default, your Jenkins workspace would be the one mentioned in JENKINS_HOME. You need to make sure that is owned by the user you specify in JENKINS_USER to have Jenkins access file. So if you wish to change the Jenkins workspace, all you've do is change the path of your JENKINS_HOME.

For slave nodes, specify the default workspace on the slave machine in the slave configuration under Manage Jenkins > Manage Nodes > > Configure > Remote FS root. Again, this should have read/write/execute permissions for the JENKINS_USER user.

answered May 15 by Kapil

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