Pipeline Node Duration

JFrog Pipelines Documentation

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When a step is triggered, a dynamic node is spun up to execute the step. After the step is complete, the node is available to execute subsequent steps until it is terminated.

When node caching is not enabled, Pipelines will check the node at each node idle interval after the node was first spun up. If the node is idle Pipelines terminates the node. This ensures that your build infrastructure is managed in an efficient manner, to help you control computing costs.