Globally disabling the repository quiet period
The quiet period is a configurable delay between detecting a commit having been pushed to a repository and starting a build. This delay allows multiple commits to be aggregated into one build instead of triggering a build after each commit. You can set a quiet period for each linked repository individually.
While the quiet period is in effect for a build, there isn't any indication of it on the Build dashboard and the build itself is not yet in the build queue. However, the build status will appear as "Queued". If this behavior is causing confusion, you can disable the quiet period globally for all repositories.
To disable the quiet period globally across all linked repositories:
- In the upper-right corner of the screen, selectAdministration> Overview.
- In the left panel, under System, select Global configuration.
- Under Global system configuration, select the Disable quiet period checkbox.