Is it possible to "bump" a deployment to the front of the queue?

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  • Lex Hansen

    HI Dan,

    There is currently not a way to bump or set deployment priorities.

    We are considering the ability to set priorities in future releases.

    Lex

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  • Dan Dillard

    Thanks for replying Lex.

    I feel like this will definitely put the icing on the cake when it comes to heartbeat scheduling. 

     

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  • Dave Smith

    I just started using heartbeat scheduling and that is my biggest issue with it.

    Being able to put a deployment at the front of the line would be a boon to my deployments.

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  • Daniel Dillard

    Checking back in on this, is it still being considered? I am resorting to building packages in Lansweeper in order to have timely deployments to one off machines. Hasn't been a great experience having to maintain two deployment systems.

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  • Colby Bouma

    Thank you for your suggestion. We have an existing internal feature request ticket for this. I have no ETA on when it could be implemented.

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  • Tony Irlbeck

    I came here to do a similar feature request...just posted this on another thread as well. We use the auto deployments to manage a bunch of different installs so there are constantly installations queued. When I am building a new package and need to test it "Deploy Now" really means "Get it in the queue now and wait an hour" which makes ironing the kinks out of a multi-step package time consuming. I would love it if "Deploy Now" put the jobs at the front of the queue instead of the back. It would also work fine if we could go to "All Deployments" and somehow adjust the priority or bump a job.

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