I have created 1 plan and this plan has selected "Automatically Manage Branch" but I noticed that
a new branch created on origin via JIRA doesn't seem to be created under bamboo.
Checking the logs I have found the following with regards to the branch I was awaiting to be created and built.
Unable to create plan branch for plan: RXX-CI, branch: VCS Branch [feature/RXX-14-refactor-web-application]. You can not create new branch, it has 1 jobs but your license only allows 0 more plans
I am having a difficult time understanding what is happening, it states that my license allows 0 more plans but as far as I can see I am not creating another plan, its using the existing plan that I have and only importing the branch.
The license I am using, as it appears within bamboo is the following License type
Bamboo (Unlimited Local Agents, No Remote Agent, 10 Jobs): Starter License
I have 1 local agent, 1 plan with AUTOMATIC BRANCHING enabled so as far as I know I am ok.
My license states 10 jobs, what actually is classed as a job ?
Is it the tasks inside the plan ?
Any help or ideas really appreciated
One plan can contains several jobs. So, if your plan contains 10 jobs -- that is licence limit and you could not create more jobs (no matter in what plan).
Thanks for the info, from what I understand it seems that each branch created in the plan as its own job so if I have 1 plan and 1 default job but 9 branches then technically I have 10 jobs.
This is where I think my over using the jobs comes into play.
Thanks for the help
Bamboo Licensing and Pricing clearly states that
For customers with Starter Licenses, please note that use of the Plan Branches feature has a multiplicative effect on the number of jobs configured, and therefore, an effect on the 10-job cap. For example, a plan with two jobs that is building against a total of three branches (the plan's original branch, plus two additional branches) will contribute 6 jobs toward the limit.
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