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For questions about setup, configuration, and usage related to GitHub, a web-based hosting service for software development projects using Git.

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vagrant box tests in gitlab-ci

I have a vagrant box, provisioned with Ansible that needs testing on github pull requests. Is it possible to setup CI test suite for the mirror in gitlab-ci without extra expenses on droplets? Or ...
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How to FTP Directly from 3rdPartyHostingServer to ClountStack like GitLab, GitHub, AWS,etc?

I am working on a Web App. I am facing an issue with DevOps environment and looking for a solution for the same. My local machine is Win10 machine. I have my code on a 3rdParty Hosting Server(e.g ...
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Regarding the steps on ydylla/ndvi-time-series

By any chance, any one has tried the code for ydylla/ndvi-time-series? May I know how and what should i do for the last step on Import the project into your Google Cloud SDK installation and start ...
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Jenkins Plugin Github Branch Sources, how to use with pipeline

I'm new with jenkins, My scenario is the next task: 1 make a pull master from Github Repository, every 1 hour. 2 run a custom code for test code (executed by Jenkinsfile), if fail, not execute step ...
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How to use Jenkins to manage a repository from Github with a submodule from Bitbucket?

For my Jenkins build, I need to manage a Github repository to automate building a project. However, the issue is that this repository needs to pull a submodule from Bitbucket. This requires two ...
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Should I run CI on merge state or HEAD of branch in a PR?

I'm using Jenkins Pipeline with Github for our CI purposes and I'm trying to think what the strategy should be for what is checked out to run. Jenkins provides three options when discovering pull ...
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What are the expected effects of the acquisition of GitHub by Microsoft?

When one navigates to github.com it is announced that Microsoft has acquired Github. There are some rumors that multiple projects were migrated to other git providers like gitlab and bitbucket. What ...
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Jenkins Github Organization Metrics

I am using Jenkins with the Github Organization item option. On Jenkins with freestyle projects or others I am able to get build metrics: success, failure, date, node and so forth. On the Github ...
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Enabling Github webhooks for multibranch jobs?

I'm setting up a CI scheme for a few projects, on Jenkins, using the multibranch plugin. Everything is working pretty nicely, but the obsessive in me always wants a bit more. Current situation: The ...
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Deb package versioning strategy with git and CI

We've decided to use debian packages for our internal software and I've been trying to wrap my head around the most efficient way to version our debian packages. My goal is to have a package built ...
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Github plugin triggering to push event only for changes in specific branches

I am using Jenkins2 and GitHub plugin for triggering Push events. I have the next service (Jenkins Github): http://myjenkinsmaster/github-webhook/ I also have 3 branches: dev, stage, master which ...
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How do you change a secret that half of your production applications use right now?

The context of the question is Secrets management. As the title says, how do you change a secret that half of your production applications use right now?
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When your micro service in production needs a secret, where is the secret stored and retrieved from?

The context of the question is Secrets management. How do you manage storing and retrieving secrets for your micro service which is in production?
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Secrets management [closed]

I got three questions about secrets management: 1)When your micro service in production needs a secret, where is the secret stored and retrieved from? 2)How do you change a secret that half of your ...
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Deploy to server after merge to master branch

I currently have continuous deployment set up with a Travis CI job. All pushes are sent to the staging server and merges to the master to the production server. The problem is that the deployment to ...
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How can I clean/delete a Jenkins workspace after merge?

I would like to keep a workspace in Jenkins until after the pull request is merged. Meaning, I don't want to clear the workspace after every build, but I also don't want to clear the workspace only ...
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Github commit message when deploying to aws beanstalk in Jenkins

As part of our CI setup I am using AWS Beanstalk deployment plugin to deploy my application through Jenkins. The issue is I am getting git commit hash in beanstalk application versions description. I ...
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The right way to Ansiblically deploy environments directly from Github:

Can one deploy an environment for some Linux OS (say, Ubuntu) from a raw Github playbook in a way similar to this (I wonder if it's the correct syntax)? bash <(curl -s https://raw....
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How to automatically publish git releases/comments to the site?

Sorry if title isn't correct. I'm trying to figure out what to search for on this matter. I'm looking for the easiest way to automatically have my semantic versioning and commits visible on my site ...
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If a piece of work requires manual testing/QA, do we need to wait until opening PR?

First question here (i'm usually on StackOverflow)...not sure if the right place (if not, please vote to move where it belongs). If we have a dev process using traditional GitFlow approach, what ...
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How do I release multiple projects to same domain using AWS when developer commit the latest code change

I have multiple projects on Github and I need to release each project on same domain different paths when developer commit code changes. Example: I have Github repositories like below CRM CMS Main-...
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How to Versionize Ansible (Tower) with GitHUB

I have configured Ansible Tower with Centos 7.2 and I am able to see my Tower dashboard. My major concern is how to do versioninzation in Ansible Tower as given in this link with Github. Since I ...
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Artifactory vs Git for Infrastructure Version Control / Configuration Management

I'm trying to understand the difference between managing configuration files for the purposes of simplifying automated deployment. We have 5 environments to build. So far 2 have been built with no ...
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How to remove a non-existing GitHub Ansible role from Galaxy?

According to this documentation it is possible to remove a role from Galaxy, but the following fails: ansible-galaxy login succeeded ansible-galaxy delete 030 https://github.com/030/ansible-firewall ...
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fatal: ambiguous argument 'master': unknown revision or path not in the working tree

when I modified one of my cookbook that I tried to add a cookbook dependency in berks file cookbook name, '=0.1.0', git: 'ssh://url:xxx/cookbook', tag: '0.0.1' and then tried to converge it which ...
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How do I configure Travis CI build testing for a Java Eclipse project?

I have an Eclipse Java project on GitHub. I would like to set up auto-build testing with Travis CI. However, when I enable build testing for my project, compilation always fails with the following ...
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Is it possible to make a deployment using Travis CI on GitHub commit to the branch?

I'd like to deploy files using Travis CI and it only works for a tagged commit. When committing to the branch, there is a warning: Skipping a deployment with the releases provider because this is ...