How to move Jenkins from one system to another?

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Hi Guys,

I have configured Jenkins. I want to clone all the environment in a different system. How can I do that?

Oct 24 in Jenkins by MD
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Hi@MD,

You can move your Jenkins server to a different system. Just follow the below-given steps.

  • Install a fresh Jenkins instance on the new server.

  • Be sure the old and the new Jenkins instances are stopped.

  • Archive all the content of the JENKINS_HOME of the old Jenkins instance.

  • Extract the archive into the new JENKINS_HOME directory.

  • Launch the new Jenkins instance.

  • Do not forget to change documentation/links to your new instance of Jenkins.

  • Do not forget to change the owner of the new Jenkins files.

 $ chown -R jenkins:jenkins $JENKINS_HOME.
answered Oct 24 by akhtar
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