Amazon EC2 plugin – 1.30 Released

A significant bug fix release was made in the plugin, thanks to all to helped test it and provided contributions.

The next release will probably be in the next month or so and will include the acceptance of enhancement PRs that have been filed.

Version 1.30 (Jan 23, 2016)

  • Add config to prefer the public IP to private IP when ssh-ing into slave
  • Added common method to compute tag value and also created constants for demand and spot
  • JENKINS-27601 instance caps incorrectly calculated
  • JENKINS-23787 EC2-plugin not spooling up stopped nodes
  • Depend on the aws-java-sdk plugin to limit AWS SDK duplication
  • Upgrade AWS SDK to 1.10.26
  • Terminate instance even if ec2 node deletion failed
  • JENKINS-27260 SPNEGO for Windows in the EC2 Plugin
  • JENKINS-26493 Use new EC2 API endpoint hostnames
  • JCIFS first tries to resolve a dfs path would timeout causing a long startup delay
  • JENKINS-28754 Jenkins EC2 Plugin should show timestamp in slave logs
  • JENKINS-30284 EC2 plugin too aggressive in timing in contacting new AWS instance over SSH
  • Use AWS4SignerType instead of QueryStringSignerType
  • Add minimum timeout for windows launching
  • Better exception handling in uptime check
  • JENKINS-29851 Global instance cap not calculated for spot instances
  • JENKINS-32439 JENKINS-32439 Incorrect slave template (AMI) found when launching slave
  • Improve logging to be less verbose
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About francisu

VP, Architecture at Talend, overall responsible for product architecture and governance. Also maintainer of the Jenkins EC2 plugin.
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