Robin Shen [29/Mar/18 11:55 PM]
Will get this solved in next big QB release, that is, to re-run the current interrupted step upon server restart.
ChangSeop LEE [30/Mar/18 01:57 AM]
I really appreciate your decision about support this feature :-)
It will take some time to release next version because QB 8 is just released but I'm looking forward next release :-)
Klaus Youm [30/Mar/18 02:22 AM]
Wow, What a GREAT answer from you, Robin!!!! Thank you so much too. As Mr. Lee mentioned, if this feature will be supported, I think QB can support non-stopped build service.
I wonder when you plan your next big QB release. Major upgrade or QB 8.x version. If possible, I hope this feature is included at QB 8.x. version.
Robin Shen [30/Mar/18 10:04 PM]
QB releases big release per year, and the next big release is planned in the end of 2018.
Klaus Youm [29/Nov/18 12:09 PM]
I am totally looking forward to hearing QB new major version as like 9.0. And hopefully, this improvement is included in QB 9.0 version.
Could you tell me when is the release date of QB 9.0?
Robin Shen [30/Nov/18 12:00 AM]
Have to postpone it to around the end of Feb, 2019.
Thrasys Admin [02/Aug/21 04:51 PM]
Any updates on this feature. We have builds that run for 12 hrs so restarting server at 11th hour causes 11hrs of time wasted if server goes down
or we have to upgrade or restart server. It would be nice if build agent kept running and connected back up to server once it was restarted.
Robin Shen [02/Aug/21 09:32 PM]
We investigated and it is difficult to implement under QB's current architecture, as information about running build steps and variables are maintained in memory of server. Restarting server will lost the context about running builds. Writing context to disk or database continuously may also hurt the performance.
This feature is so needed for my team that uses commercial license of QuickBuild now. Could you consider this improvement seriously, please?