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How to Disable the pipeline in Azure Devops

shaijut profile image Shaiju T ・1 min read

Hi Folks, I am following below Azure Devops Learning Module

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/modules/create-a-build-pipeline/9-clean-up-environment

In docs it says: To disable the pipeline:

1. In Azure Pipelines, navigate to your pipeline.

2. Select Edit. From the menu in the upper corner, select Settings:

But I am not able to see these settings.

Can anyone help ?

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Naseem Mohammed • Edited

In docs it says: To disable the pipeline:

  1. In Azure Pipelines, navigate to your pipeline.

  2. Select Edit. From the menu in the upper corner, select Settings:

  3. A window pops up titled Pipeline settings

  4. Here you get the disable the "Processing of new run request"
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Shaiju T Author • Edited

Thank you 😄, This worked. This stopped the build pipeline from running the Job. Hope this saves my free build minutes.

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Naseem Mohammed

if your goal is to disable builds for every check-in; the better approach is to disable CI. That way your pipeline is not disabled. And you can go manually build when you please.

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Chris Noring

hey so ensure you have navigated to the pipeline, e.g on the left menu, click menu. Hover over over a recently run pipeline and a ... menu will appear on the right. Select edit. On the top-right click a ... menu. Select settings. Now you have a menu options Enabled, Paused, Disabled. Select Disabled.

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Jay Gordon

You'll need to delete the file within your repo, aka azure-pipelines.yml

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Shaiju T Author • Edited

😄, Thank you Jay, I will try this option in future. But for now I used a option in Azure Devops Portal, As said by below comment: dev.to/mnaseem/comment/pjnn

Hope this saves my free build minutes.

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