The timer driver supports triggers only. It is used for configuring pipelines so that jobs run at scheduled times. No connection configuration is required.
Timers don’t require a special connection or driver. Instead they can
simply be used by listing
timer as the trigger.
This trigger will run based on a cron-style time specification. It will enqueue an event into its pipeline for every project and branch defined in the configuration. Any job associated with the pipeline will run in response to that event.
Zuul implements the timer using apscheduler, Please check the apscheduler documentation for more information about the syntax.
The timer trigger supports the following attributes:
The time specification in cron syntax. Only the 5 part syntax is supported, not the symbolic names. Example:
0 0 * * *runs at midnight. An optional 6th part specifies seconds. The optional 7th part specifies a jitter in seconds. This delays the trigger randomly, limited by the specified value. Example
0 0 * * * * 60runs at midnight or randomly up to 60 seconds later. The jitter is applied individually to each project-branch combination.
Be aware the day-of-week value differs from from cron. The first weekday is Monday (0), and the last is Sunday (6).
- pipeline.trigger.timer.time (required)