Buildbot no longer supports Python 2.7 on the Buildbot master.
This page documents the latest, unreleased version of Buildbot. For documentation for released versions, see http://docs.buildbot.net/current/.
For advanced users or plugin writers, the
configurators key is available and holds a list of
The configurators will run after the
master.cfg has been processed, and will modify the config dictionary.
Configurator implementers should make sure that they are interoperable with each other, which means carefully modifying the config to avoid overriding a setting already made by the user or another configurator.
Configurators are run (thus prioritized) in the order of the
Buildbot stores historical information in its database. In a large installation, these can quickly consume disk space, yet developers never consult this historical information in many cases.
JanitorConfigurator creates a builder and
Nightly scheduler which will regularly remove old information.
At the moment, it only supports cleaning of logs, but it will contain more features as we implement them.
from buildbot.plugins import util from datetime import timedelta # configure a janitor which will delete all logs older than one month, # and will run on sundays at noon c['configurators'] = [util.JanitorConfigurator( logHorizon=timedelta(weeks=4), hour=12, dayOfWeek=6 )]
timedeltaobject describing the minimum time for which the log data should be maintained.
Arguments given to the
Nightlyscheduler which is backing the
JanitorConfigurator. Determines when the cleanup will be done. With this, you can configure it daily, weekly or even hourly if you wish. You probably want to schedule it when Buildbot is less loaded.