Can you please paste the part of your
$BAMBOO_HOME/bamboo.cfg.xml? Also I think that Bamboo server logs should reveal the location of export file after export was completed.
If you want to change the location of export you need to:
If Bamboo doesn't pick up that change then please contact our Support.
So far, this suggestion, and others, have not worked for me.
I have recently completed a Bamboo (v22.214.171.124) migration from Windows Server to Ubuntu 16. When I review the Scheduled backups settings I see the Backups path is set to '
D:\backups\Bamboo' (which is of course the old Windows setting and is now obsolete for Ubuntu).
This field cannot however, be edited directly (there was a security warning regarding this some time ago). There are instructions for setting a switch -
bamboo.paths.set.allowed=true - to allow editing of this field (https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/specifying-a-backup-schedule-289277252.html). These instructions link to another page https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/configuring-system-properties-289277236.html which in turn links to yet another page https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/configuring-bamboo-on-start-up-289277345.html.
I have modified the $BAMBOO_INSTALL/current/bin/setenv.sh file as per the instructions on the last two links -
JVM_SUPPORT_RECOMMENDED_ARGS="bamboo.paths.set.allowed=true" - and have restarted the service. But, I am still unable to edit the Backups path field.
I am running Bamboo as a service on Ubuntu with a file in init.d to start/stop it.
I have checked
$BAMBOO_HOME/bamboo.fcg.xml and can confirm that it contains the line:
What else do I need to do to change this setting from
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