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Can we disable logging levels display for a particular plan in bamboo

In the logs tab present in the Build details of a run. the logs shows SIMPLE, BUILD, ERROR for each type of command ran, Can we disable the display of logging type (i.e SIMPLE,ERROR)  for just one particular plan

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Hi @Poojatr

The logging levels for builds are hardcoded in Bamboo. The global log settings configuration (Admin >> Overview >> Log settings) will also affect the build results, but they cannot be configured just for a specific plan. Some of the build results are parsed from server logs which are affected by the global configuration I shared before.

  • Is there a special type of problem you are trying to solve?
  • Do you think this is a common problem that requires a new feature in Bamboo?
    I'm asking this one because I was not able to find a feature request covering this topic in our system.

Let me know if you want me to create a feature request for this.

Hi @Daniel Santos ,


I am parsing a python script (It has few shell commands ) , which will run few commands and evaluate these results, But Bamboo logs are wrongly classifying the output of these python commands as ERROR

Thank you

Hi @Poojatr

Can you share a small example that I could reproduce locally to understand what is happening?

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