is there a way how to finish in-progress slave builds if Jenkins master goes offline

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i have noticed the builds which are running on Jenkins nodes gets aborted if master Jenkins offline , as understood that is how Jenkins work.

But , is there any possible way I can have builds completed on slaves independent of the master status
Jun 30, 2020 in Jenkins by Webinar
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Hi@,

You can assign your Jenkins Job to a slave with the help of Level. Now you are trying to use a Master-Slave architecture. I think if the master node goes down, It is not possible to work with the Slave node. Because of the information or metadata of the slave node present in the Master node.

answered Jun 30, 2020 by MD
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