Node Provision Status

JFrog Pipelines Documentation

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In the Node Pools list view, the Provision Status column provides a color representation of the provision status for each node. Every color represents one of the stages in the lifecycle of a node.

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Color

Provision Status

Description

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Not provisioned

The node has not been requested to be provisioned.

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Waiting

When a node is provisioned, it first goes into waiting state. This means that the cloud provider is initializing the node and/or has not reported the status back to Pipelines.

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Processing

  • The cloud provider reported the node's status back to Pipelines and Pipelines is setting up the agent.

    or

  • The node is running a build.

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Success

The node successfully initialized and is waiting for a Pipelines build.

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Failure

The node failed. This is usually caused by an out of memory issue. However, there could be several other reasons, which are reflected in the node console.

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Stopped

When a node is deleted, its provisioning is first stopped and then it is deleted.

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Cached

The node is stopped and not running, but the actual instance is still available for instant use.

Note

Caching must be enabled for a node to be cached.