Commit cd1e6dd3 authored by Elan Ruusamäe's avatar Elan Ruusamäe Committed by Achilleas Pipinellis

doc: ci/yaml expire_in: the value is in seconds

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Set the default expiration time for each job's artifacts.
0 for unlimited.
The default unit is in seconds, but you can define an alternative. For example:
<code>4 mins 2 sec</code>, <code>2h42min</code>.
= link_to icon('question-circle'), help_page_path('user/admin_area/settings/continuous_integration', anchor: 'default-artifacts-expiration')
= f.submit 'Save changes', class: "btn btn-success"
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After their expiry, artifacts are deleted hourly by default (via a cron job),
and are not accessible anymore.
The value of `expire_in` is an elapsed time. Examples of parsable values:
The value of `expire_in` is an elapsed time in seconds, unless a unit is
provided. Examples of parsable values:
- '42'
- '3 mins 4 sec'
- '2 hrs 20 min'
- '2h20min'
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The default expiration time of the [job artifacts][art-yml] can be set in
the Admin area of your GitLab instance. The syntax of duration is described
in [artifacts:expire_in][duration-syntax]. The default is `30 days`. Note that
this setting is set for each job. Set it to 0 if you don't want default
expiration.
this setting is set for each job. Set it to `0` if you don't want default
expiration. The default unit is in seconds.
1. Go to **Admin area > Settings** (`/admin/application_settings`).
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