Anyone out there good with Jenkins that might be able to point me in the right direction?
I'm running Jenkins in docker, persisting the home directory, but every single restart of the container causes all jobs to fire off fresh. Even jobs that are supposed to be run manually (and require user parameters) start running and fail.
I can find zero people on the internet talking about this issue. Is this expected behavior?
I'm safely restarting Jenkins, not just restarting the container.
@mostlycoolmark I thought Jenkins was aimed at the "one service per instance" model with full automation.
Requiring human hands to touch the -chocolate- software after the instance is built seems to be off the use-case for it.
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