- https://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/RTF/Jenkins+Artifactory+Plug-in – Jenkins <2 style
- https://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/RTF/Working+With+Pipeline+Jobs+in+Jenkins – the Jenkins 2 style – “Using (Either) Declarative or Scripted Syntax“
- https://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/MC/Jenkins+Service – available with the “Enterprise Plus” edition of Artifactory
- – isn’t this Jenkins <2 style?!?
- https://jfrog.com/usecase/artifactory-backbone-continuous-delivery-tool-chain/ – May 2016
- https://www.linkedin.com/in/CraigVosburgh/ – Office of the CTO at CA Technologies
- https://hub.docker.com/r/sameersbn/gitlab/ – the Docker container image’s home page
I am using a Docker container for a GitLab CE installation. The GitLab installation inside tells me “update asap“. How do I deal with that?
- should I wait for an update of the Docker container image? (that’s what the article title refers to)
- will that update preserve my data already living inside the container?
- alternatively: how to update the GitLab installation myself? (I find the update request rather urgent)
- https://docs.gitlab.com/omnibus/update/README.html#zero-downtime-updates – instructions for zero downtime updates
I wasn’t able to find any gitlab related APT / Debian package I could even try to update.
Exciting question: how to integrate my own “legacy” git repos hosted “at home” as well?
Once I will have over come that obstacle, creating markdown documentation for my own git repos and its utilities will climb to another peak LOL.
Docker GitLab container creation: The e-mail address and password refer(red) to root.
Maybe you want to create your ordinary user account as root and also make your ordinary user account an admin account.
Abolish auto user account creation!
What a pity, that docker gitlab does not let me communicate with the web interface via https per se!
What a pity, I don’t know yet, how to ssh into …!
- https://github.com/JochenHayek/misc/blob/master/diary/ics2diary.pl – my little and incomplete utility to convert ICS to “emacs diary” (my life circles around updates to my emacs diary) – I created that utility in the context of “Deutsche Bahn” (train) traveling schedules – all those travelling schedules most necessarily go to my emacs diary
Worked for me on High Sierra, long after Lion.
$ killall Dock