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Jino is a web application, used for managing and monitoring Jenkins jobs.


To install jino, run the following command:

sudo pip install jino

Running the server

Jino requires several arguments in order to run properly:

* Jenkins URL - the url of your Jenkins server (e.g http://my_jenkins)
* Username - Jenkins username
* Password - Jenkins password
* Jobs YAML - Jino will build the home page tables based on this file

To run Jino::

jino runserver --jenkins 'http://my_jenkins' --username X --password Y --jobs /etc/jobs.yaml


jino runserver --conf /etc/jino.cfg --jobs /etc/jobs.yaml


You must specify three variables:

JENKINS = http://<your_jenkins_server>
USERNAME = <Jenkins user>
PASSWORD = <Jenkins user password>

The location specified by --conf. By default, Jino will look for /etc/jino/config.cfg.


Using YAML format:

- table: neutron
- title: "Title of the first row"
name: "jenkins-job-name1"

- title: "Title of the second row"
name: "jenkins-job-name2"

The location specified by --jobs. By default, Jino will look for /etc/jino/jobs.yaml.

Drop database tables

To drop all the tables, run:

jino drop

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