Schedule Runner Execution


I’d like to know - and from the stuff I read till now I think it’s not possible (yet) - if a Runner or a CI can be configured in terms of scheduling. The idea is here not to trigger the runner everytime there’s been a commit, but instead postpone the execution of the runner to a certain time (e.g. during non-working-hours). Then the runner should catch up in terms of commits been made during the day. Then the next morning, when everybody comes in, they see the result of each runner execution for each commit.

I know this is not really the idea behind CI, but in our case this would be perfect.

@hibento Scheduled pipelines were introduced in v9.1:

They can be used to trigger a pipeline for a particular branch at a particular time

Great - that’s perfect - I should have read the documentation more carefully - thanks a lot.