1-888-310-4540 (main) / 1-888-707-6150 (support) info@spkaa.com
Select Page

Electric Commander: Configuring an Alternate Plugins Directory

Published by SPK Blog Post
on March 10, 2015

Electric Commander, now known as CloudBees CD, allows you to set up an alternate location for your plugins directory. This is a two step process and it’s easy to forget the second step. If the second step is not done, the system can appear to still be functioning properly, but there will be definite problems if new plugins are installed or UI content is involved.

In the video below, we walk through the process of correctly configuring a new plugins directory in Electric Commander and demonstrate the possible aberrant situations.

Latest White Papers

Three Trends Are Transforming The Service Desk

Three Trends Are Transforming The Service Desk

Your IT service desk is about to change. Find out what's shaping the future. Three factors — enterprise service management (ESM), collaboration, and intelligent service management — are driving the transformation of the service desk. To better meet customers’ needs...

Related Resources

Extending CloudBees SDA Analytics

Extending CloudBees SDA Analytics

CloudBees SDA Analytics has more power than you think One of the main features of CloudBees SDA is CloudBees Analytics, powered by ElasticSearch. It’s a powerful tool for displaying continuous integration data and there are loads of useful metrics available from...

Is The IT Department Really “Dead?”

Is The IT Department Really “Dead?”

“It’s Time to Get Rid of the IT Department.”  That was the title of an opinion piece recently published in the Wall Street Journal.  Provocative?  Sure.  My answer to this is not “yes,” but many of the author’s points are valid.  The Same Old IT Department? No, the IT...

How To Add More Disk Space To Your Redhat Server Without Reformatting

How To Add More Disk Space To Your Redhat Server Without Reformatting

(Originally published in 2012, updated January 2022.) One of the common tasks for any system administrator is managing disk space on a server. A common question is how to increase disk space on a linux system. I won't go into a boring lecture on why managing disk...