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Agent Console not shown on Bamboo 6.7.1

Deleted user Jan 28, 2019

Bamboo is upgraded to 6.7.1 from 6.5.0 but as per the 6.7 release notes I am trying to configure the bamboo docker agent as per below link but I don't see the agent console on my bamboo 6.7.1,please advise.


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Hi @[deleted],

Possibly there was a problem with the command to set the docker container and it was not able to connect with Bamboo server.

Please try the following to clean the old test:

  1. docker stop <OLD_CONTAINER_NAME>
  2. docker rm <OLD_CONTAINER_NAME>
  3. docker volume rm <OLD_CONTAINER_VOLUME>

And this to start a new agent container:

  1. docker volume create --name <VOLUME_NAME>

    docker run \
    --name="<CONTAINER_NAME>" \
    -v <VOLUME_NAME>:/home/bamboo/bamboo-agent-home \
    --init \
    -d atlassian/bamboo-agent-base <BAMBOO_URL>

In case it does not work, please check the errors using:

  1. docker logs -f <CONTAINER_NAME>


Please give it a try and let us know what you get.

bamboo-stage.PNGHi Daniel,

 Do you want me to execute the given docker commands on bamboo agents or bamboo server? please advise. Thanks.


Hey, I got your point on agent console. The description in docker hub is a little bit confusing. I'll work on finding the people who maintain that page to update it, it is a different Atlassian team.

Those commands can be run in a Linux machine that is in the same network of the Bamboo server. They could also be run in the server. Keep in mind that each container will be a new remote agent and you need to have enough resources to support them.

Hi @[deleted],

The page was fixed.

The command to start the docker container is now correct. Before there was a problem with the way docker hub render the < (lower than) and > (greater than) signs.

Anyway, the commands I shared before should address correctly the agent creation and removal. Basically, it is the same information you see in but with some more docker commands.

Please let me know if you still have problems to create and remove agent container.

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Deleted user Jan 31, 2019

thank you,please let me know once you have information.

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