How to increase no of executors in Jenkins

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Hi Guys,

I have three jobs in Jenkins. I want to perform all the jobs parallelly. But by default Jenkins has two executors. So everytime one job have to wait to perform the task. How can I increase no of executors in Jenkins?

May 12, 2020 in Jenkins by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

By default Jenkins has 2 executors. But you can increase the no of executors. You can follow the below given steps.

  1. Go to manage Jenkins.

  2. After that click om configure system.

  3. Inside configure Jenkins you can find #of executors parameter.

  4. Now you can set your desire executors.

Hope this will help.

answered May 13, 2020 by MD
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