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Bamboo API to list Elastic Instances

Is there an API call we can use to list all of the elastic instances running on an account? I see the '/elasticInstances' endpoint mentioned in the docs, but it doesn't allow any method to use for this and always seems to respond with a 405 - Method Not Allowed error. 

Ultimately, I would like to be able to use this API to get a count of running instances so we can start recording how many elastic instances we are running through each day. This will help in allowing us to identify non-busy times to schedule specific builds during. It would also help in making decisions related to the need to increase/decrease the number of licenses.

 

elasticInstances mention in the API docs:
https://docs.atlassian.com/bamboo/REST/6.2.2/#d2e2728

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Hi Nick,

That doesn't seem to be implemented yet.

You can use the response from this and parse if type=ELASTIC for example

/agent/remote?online

Thank you Edwin. That should get me what I'm looking for. Appreciate your help!

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