View Stack Trace Suppression Plugin (deprecated) on the plugin site for more information.
This plugin prevents the stack trace reported by Jenkins when a processing fails unexpectedly. This allows security sensitive deployments of Jenkins to minimize the information revealed to unprivileged/anonymous users.
With this plugin installed, the error message sent to the browser will only include the UUID generated for each error and no stack trace (unless the user is already an administrator, in which case the stack trace will be shown like Jenkins normally does.) The actual stack trace gets sent to the
java.util.logging loggers, which normally gets printed to the stderr of the Jenkins master JVM, as well as the
/log in the Jenkins web UI. Administrator can look up this UUID in these logs to determine the exact stack trace.
Version 1.5 (July 6, 2016)
- JENKINS-36301 Update to the new Parent POM
Version 1.4 (Aug 11, 2015)
- Parameters in log message were accidentally reversed.
Version 1.3 (Oct 20, 2014)
- Newer Jenkins baseline.
- Better logging.
Version 1.2 (Aug 27, 2013)
- suppress socket disconnection errors, as new versions of Jenkins will also do (JENKINS-10524)
Version 1.1 (Apr 30, 2013)
AccessDeniedException(i.e. “need to log in”) was not correctly handled
Version 1.0 (Apr 29, 2013)
- Initial version