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Jenkins was wedged on there anyway, so I rebooted the VM. You should be good to go again.

I'm not aware of any easy way to be able to kill that test from Jenkins, but perhaps you could try this:

- Brett
On 27/03/2012, at 5:03 AM, Christian Mueller wrote:

We have again and again a problem to get our Windows build running after one of our tests fails [1]. It looks like the test took to long. The process itself is still existing and prevents Jenkins in the next build to delete the camel-core-XXX.jar artifact. This is the reason for all next build failures.
The right solution of course is to get the issue with this test fixed. We are working on this. But until we get this fixed, It would be very helpful for us if someone could kill the hanging process for us or guide as how we can do it.

Gavin closed my issue [2] and suggested to ask here for help.


Thanks in advance,
Brett Porter

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