|Suppressing symbolic links [message #1090117]
||Mon, 19 August 2013 18:37
| Stuart Lorber
Registered: June 2013
I'm running Hudson on a VirtualBox VM.|
I've directed the BUILDS directory to point to a shared folder on the main drive. I'm doing this to make cloning of environments easier.
Everything seems to run okay except that every job gets this error at the beginning of the job run:
14:26:07 ln: failed to create symbolic link `1': Read-only file system
14:26:07 ln -s 2013-08-19_14-26-07 /home/e-team/hudson/builds/multi_configuration_migration/builds/1 failed:
The job completes fine.
The symbolic links like "1", "2" to point to the dated links as well as lastSuccessful, etc. are not created but this does not seem to effect the ability to get to the artifacts in the build.
I assume this is because a Windows installer of Hudson would not create the symbolic links.
Is there a way to suppress these symbolic links from being created on a Linux install?
I only want to do this to avoid an "error" from appearing in each job's console log.
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