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Hi!

We think that our bamboo agents does not updates

Where can i find agent version?

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I think the best way is to check content of  classpath directory in your agents' home directory.

It should look something like this, the exact list depends on the version, but the versions of the jars should match* the version of your Bamboo server. You also should not see any duplicates (same jar in different versions)

*) There are exceptions like dotnet plugin for instance, but you get the point.

ls  | grep "atlassian-bamboo-*"
atlassian-bamboo-agent-bootstrap-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-agent-core-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-agent-elastic-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-agent-elastic-server-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-agent-elastic-shared-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-agent-local-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-agent-remote-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-api-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-api-agent-bootstrap-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-core-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-core-agent-bootstrap-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-deployments-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-deployments-api-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-language-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-license-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-maven-embedder-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-ant-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-dotnet-5.10.1.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-fisheyecommitviewer-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-grails-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-labeller-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-php-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-scripttask-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-ssh-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-stashcommitviewer-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-triggercondition-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-vcs-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-plugin-vcsversion-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-utils-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-web-5.10.2.jar
atlassian-bamboo-xml-utils-5.10.2.jar

 You can also check the agent logs; if agent updates correctly you should see sth. like that:

[AgentContext] Important agent classes have been updated, the agent will now terminate to pick up the latest changes.
....
[ClasspathBuilder] Server publishes 341 files, we need to download 341

*

One thing you can try is to force restart of an agent and see if it helps.

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