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Bamboo Specs: Deployment Projects/Environments in YAML

The reference material provides a guide for the existence of Maven 3, but we have windows and linux build servers, and we want to direct some jobs only to linux, i.e. 

 "Maven 3" = /opt/apache-maven-3.5.0

What is the syntax for this?

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Chris Berry Atlassian Team Nov 22, 2018

Hey Jules,

If you wish to control which agents run which jobs then the best way would be to add a custom Capability. Assign the wanted capability to the agent and specify the capability as a requirement for the Job. For example if a remote agent has the custom capability isWindows, the YAML spec for the job would have this as a requirement

stages:
  - jobs:
      - scripts:
          - echo 'i am on windows'
        requirements:
          - isWindows

Let us know if this helps.

Chris

that is what I have done as a work around, but we are wanting to minimise the level of manual/scripted intervention with our agents. Using the values the Bamboo agent calculates would have been preferable.

We have around 200 YAML files so I was hoping to apply a simple bulk update on the existing string, rather than having to add an element into the YAML.

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