I recently migrated Atlassian Bamboo (version 7.1.1 build 70117 - 23 Jul 20 ) to a new server . We now see that in all our build plans - the shared artifacts have two entries in Bamboo.
One entry is grayed onether is a valid hyperlink to the artifacts.
I checked in the directory on Bamboo server that is denoted as "artifact location" which is "/var/atlassian/bamboo/artifacts/plan-136085508/shared/build-00512/" . I see that there is a single set of artifacts actually generated.
I tried deleting and recreating the artifacts by editing build plan but this problem does not go away .
And addition to incorrect display another unwanted fallout of this seems to be that my Bamboo Deployment plan is failing with following message
"Unable to download artifact Non required shared artifact: [Debian Packages], pattern: [*.deb] anchored at: [uca-core/debian_packages]"
Does anyone knows how to deal with this ? Your suggestions are welcome
Please let me know if I need to provide any additional input
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This problem was finally resolved ( or should I call worked around :-) ) with help from @ijeyanthan of Atlassian support . In Bamboo settings go to Artifact Handlers page ( the Cogwheel --> Overview --> Artifact Handlers ) . In the "Artifact Handlers" page there are checkboxes for making choices relating to artifact handlers . Among these the checkboxes for "Agent Local Handlers" were checked in my set-up (for both shared and non shared artifacts) . This choice was causing a duplicate line with a dead hyperlink for every artifact. Unchecking the "Agent local artifact handler" check-boxes fixed the problem for me.
So to me it seems like there could be a problem in "Agent local artifact handler" functionality - but I don't care much about the artifact handlers being agent local and am happy with not using them to get rid of the duplicate entries .
I have the same situation.
Planning to upgrade to latest and see
One interesting point,it's affected only for old artifacts to me. how about you?
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