I'm trying to install Bamboo, but I'm having a slight issue. I want the website link to be:
When I try to go to /bamboo I get:
Sorry, the page you were trying to reach does not exist. Try going back to the dashboard and browse the site to Find the page you were looking for.
And when I try to go to :8085 It just fails.
Anyone have any thoughts? I double checked and bamboo is up and running. I'm also tailing the logs and I do see the request come in (at least for /bamboo, not for :8085)
2013-08-07 21:27:13,352 INFO [qtp1800130962-134] [AccessLogFilter] xxxx GET http://www.example.com/bamboo 64737kb
Thanks in advance =)
Bamboo is most likely up and running (port 8085 is default) but that port isn't exposed to the outside. If you can check localhost:8085 to verify bamboo is up and running that might help troubleshoot.
Not sure what technology you're using but we are using Apache to run a base web server on port 80 and have this config in our httpd-vhosts.conf. Other systems will require virtual hosts or url rewrites as well.
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName testjira ServerAdmin email@example.com DocumentRoot "C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/htdocs" ErrorLog "logs/jira-error.log" CustomLog "logs/jira-access.log" common ProxyRequests Off ProxyPreserveHost On <Proxy *> Order deny,allow Allow from all </Proxy> # bamboo ProxyPass /bamboo http://testjira:8085/bamboo ProxyPassReverse /bamboo http://testjira:8085/bamboo # jira ProxyPass / http://testjira:8082/ ProxyPassReverse / http://testjira:8082/ </VirtualHost>
I was able to access Bamboo at port 8085 to configure the Base Url setting under Admin -> System | General Configuration. Since you can't seem to access it, you may also need to configure Bamboo further. See http://mobmad.wordpress.com/2010/01/15/setup-jira-confluence-crowd-fisheye-bamboo-to-bypass-firewall-by-running-them-all-via-apache-proxy-on-port-80/ for more details.
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