Artifact copier

My Bamboo remote agent is running in CentOS 64 bit. While executing the build for remote agent it fails while copying artificat . Any pointer will be appreciated.

With default agent running locally in the Bamboo server, I have no issues.


04-Dec-2012 20:49:08 [exec] Writing code coverage data to XML file, this may take a moment.
04-Dec-2012 20:49:08 [exec]
04-Dec-2012 20:49:08 [exec] Generating code coverage report, this may take a moment.
04-Dec-2012 20:49:11
04-Dec-2012 20:49:11 build:
04-Dec-2012 20:49:11
04-Dec-2012 20:49:11 BUILD SUCCESSFUL
04-Dec-2012 20:49:11 Total time: 2 minutes 41 seconds
04-Dec-2012 20:49:11 Build process for 'Unit Tests EC2 - ABCDEF EC2' returned with return code = 0
04-Dec-2012 20:49:11 Parsing test results...
04-Dec-2012 20:49:11 Running post build plugin 'Artifact Copier'
04-Dec-2012 20:49:11 Copying artifact Clover
04-Dec-2012 20:49:51 Failed to execute plugin 'Artifact Copier' with error: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
04-Dec-2012 20:49:51 Running post build plugin 'NCover Results Collector'
04-Dec-2012 20:49:51 Running post build plugin 'Clover Results Collector'
04-Dec-2012 20:49:51 Finalising the build...
04-Dec-2012 20:49:51 Stopping timer.
04-Dec-2012 20:49:51 Build REMOTEABCDEF-REMOTEEC2-42 completed.
04-Dec-2012 20:37:16 Running post build plugin on server 'Build Hanging Detection Configuration'
04-Dec-2012 20:37:16 Running post build plugin on server 'NCover Results Collector'
04-Dec-2012 20:37:16 Running post build plugin on server 'Clover Delta Calculator'
04-Dec-2012 20:37:16 Build successful since return code was 0
04-Dec-2012 20:37:16 Saving build results to disk...
04-Dec-2012 20:37:16 Generating build results summary...
04-Dec-2012 20:37:16 Indexing build results...
04-Dec-2012 20:37:16 Finished building REMOTEABCDEF-REMOTEEC2-42.

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Please close the case for now.

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Can you connect to your Bamboo server via HTTP from that host?

Hi,

I looked at the TCPdump trace at the host running remote agent when the build was getting executed. Only connection, I could see being intiated by the host to the Bamboo server was to port 8085 and which was fine. I did not see any HTTP connection to port 80.

I am running the remote agent without the service wrapper using the following command

java -jar bamboo-agent-x.x.x.jar htto://<IP address of Bamboo server>:8085/agentServer/

Do I need to pass some additional switches ?

How does Arficats copy the coverage files from the remote agent?

Thanks

I will close this case for now.

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