Yes, you can, but mind the following:
— Jenkins Windows service must be started under a user account, not under a system account.
— Check the available memory heap for non-interactive applications:
- Open the registry value HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\SubSystems\Windows.
- Change last three digits of the SharedSection value to 1536.
By default, SharedSection = 1024,12288,512
. The last three digits differ depending on Windows version. ClearSQL requires at least 1536
For more information, refer to Microsoft resources: Microsoft support
, Microsoft blog
After running a job, you can check the log file %APPDATA%\ClearSQL\CS.log