When running a build locally, without the use of CloudBees Build Acceleration agents, eMake is not able to write annotation to a named file. Instead, annotation is written to the standard output stream of the eMake process.
The user has specified
--emake-annofile when invoking eMake in local
mode (that is, eMake is not using CloudBees Build Acceleration agents). This error most
commonly occurs when the user has forgotten to specify a cluster manager
when invoking eMake, with either the EMAKE_CM environment variable or
--emake-cm command-line option.
If you intended to invoke eMake in local mode, you must remove the
--emake-annofile option from the command-line. If you wish to
capture the annotation to a file, you can use the standard I/O
redirection facilities on your platform to do so. For example, on Linux
you can use
emake --emake-annodetail=basic > emake.xml
If you did not intend to invoke eMake in local mode, ensure that you
have specified a cluster manager for eMake to use, either by setting the
EMAKE_CM environment variable, or by adding the
--emake-cm option to
your eMake command-line.