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Option to specifiy JAVA_OPTS for Source Control / Non-Groovy Plugins
Currently there is no configuration available that allows for setting additional JVM options to be run for Source Control / Non-Groovy plugins. It is possible to set JVM options for agents, agent relays, deploy servers and automation plugins, but not for the source control plugins. We would like the same capability for the source control plugins, either by inheriting from the same plugin-javaopts.conf or via a separate file.
This feature would be used to allow usage of a custom java truststore for the agent used for Version Imports using the -Djavax.net.ssl.truststore JVM option. This is part of a wider configuration in which an internal Certification Authority is used for signed certificates which is not imported into the default java truststore (cacerts).
There are a wide range of other uses for being able to set custom JVM parameters for source control plugins, such as debugging and performance options (memory settings etc.).
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