Bamboo remote agent behind proxy http


We are trying to run a bamboo remote agent behind an http proxy without success.

We try to add the both parameters to java : Dhttp.proxyHost and Dhttp.proxyPort

but bamboo doesn't seen to take in account those ones.

If we run the remote agent in a local machine which doesn't need proxy, the remote agent work well.

Does someone have a solution for our problem?

2 answers

1 vote

Proxying remote agents is currently unsupported. A feature request for this is available here. Currently, the only solution is to set up a reverse proxy for the agent.

0 vote

Try adding the options to bamboo-agent-home/conf/wrapper.conf as and

Which Bamboo version do you have?

I try to add to http proxy paramters inside wrapper.conf but that changed nothing ...

We used the version 3.3.3 of bamboo

Can you see the -D arguments beingpassed to the java process (e.g. using ps -ef) ?

What's shown in the agent log file?

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