CloudBees Build Acceleration supports the following databases:
MariaDB 5.5.31 (Windows), 19.1.38 (Linux)
Oracle Database 11g Release 2
Oracle Database 12c
MS SQL Server 2008
If you plan to use an Oracle or MS SQL database, you must create it before installing CloudBees Build Acceleration.
CloudBees does not distribute the JDBC drivers for MySQL or Oracle databases. If you use either database, the
appropriate driver must be present in the
<InstallDir>/<arch>/lib/ directory on the Cluster Manager. After
installing the Cluster Manager, you must download its driver directly from the Oracle website, copy it to that
directory on the Cluster Manager server, and restart the Cluster Manager service. For details, see the
“ Installing JDBC Drivers for MySQL or Oracle Databases ”
section in the CloudBees Build Acceleration Installation Guide.
If you want to run MariaDB on a Linux Cluster Manager, it must have the libncurses.so.5 library. You might need to add this library to the Cluster Manager machine.
Ubuntu example using a package manager:
apt-get install libation
CloudBees does not support storing your database on Network Appliance systems or NFS.
Issues that you might encounter include the following:
CloudBees Build Acceleration is unable to start the database because the database attempts to lock files that are already locked.
If the database starts, you might encounter issues related to the database’s UTF-8 support.