Method of installing Jenkins on CentOS

  • 2020-05-30 21:43:23
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Jenkins Is open source, USES Java Written continuous integration tool, available on Centos yum Install directly from the command line. Record the installation process so you can look it up later. Need to be installed first Java , if already Java You can skip this step.

Install Java

See the current system Java Version of command:

java -version

If the display Java The version number indicates that it has been installed correctly. If the command is not displayed, Java needs to be installed:

sudo yum install java

The command if detected Java There is no direct installation Java Can be upgraded if it already exists Java .

Install Jenkins

The first thing to do is add Jenkins Source:

sudo wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/jenkins.repo
sudo rpm --import

Use directly after the addition is complete yum Command to install Jenkins :

yum install jenkins

Start the Jenkins

Start with a command Jenkins :

sudo service jenkins start
Starting Jenkins                      [ OK ]

Enter: http:// in the browser < Server ip > :8080/ you can enter Jenkins The interface is used directly.

stop Jenkins The command of the service is:

sudo service jenkins stop

The related configuration

Jenkins Installation directory:


Jenkins Profile address:


This is the Jenkins The configuration file can be viewed here Jenkins The default configuration.


Here are three important configurations:


yum1 It's the home directory of Jenkins, where Jenkins works, where Jenkins stores files, where Jenkins's plugins are, and where Jenkins generates files.

## Path:    Development/Jenkins
## Description: Jenkins Continuous Integration Server
## Type:    string
## Default:   "/var/lib/jenkins"
## ServiceRestart: jenkins
# Directory where Jenkins store its configuration and working
# files (checkouts, build reports, artifacts, ...).

JENKINS_USER Is a user of Jenkins with permissions of $JENKINS_HOME and /var/log/jenkins.

## Type:    string
## Default:   "jenkins"
## ServiceRestart: jenkins
# Unix user account that runs the Jenkins daemon
# Be careful when you change this, as you need to update
# permissions of $JENKINS_HOME and /var/log/jenkins.

JENKINS_PORT is the port of Jenkins, and the default port is 8080.

sudo yum install java

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