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Change bamboo agent username

I have a trouble in changing the Bamboo agent username. Could anyone help with this. 

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ba.PNGThe agent that is working as of now looks like this and in wrapper.conf I have changed the directory structure in -Dbamboo.home=/data/atlassian1/bamboo-agent-home

and also in bamboo-agent.cfg for build working directory pointing to above one, these both look good when I deploy it is working as expected.  But when I see the buildkey for checkout directory the owner and group both are root. As, my other agent checkout does with wasadmin. It should be same for this also. I checked out for new agent which shows the username as root.  Looks to me, if the username is changed, then this will checkout with wasadmin.b.PNG

May I know under which user have you installed the bamboo remote agent? 

I deleted and re-installed it, now the username is wasadmin. Thanks all. 

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Hello Surya, 

 

Could you clarify the your question? 

Do you want to change the username for run bamboo wrapper? 

If it is,  

1. let's check this thread for systemd

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Bamboo-questions/How-to-I-install-bamboo-agent-as-a-daemon-under-Linux/qaq-p/393880

2. for init.d let's check the script in /etc/init.d/bamboo-agent

3. reg. for windows service. let's check in service run as.

 

Thanks

 

Cheers,

Gonchik Tsymzhitov

Hi Gonchik,

I have installed a remote agent, in which the username shows 'root'. I need to change the username (user home should be /home/wasadmin) and current running directory also. 

Current running directory: /data/atlassian1/bamboo-agent-home/bin

user home: /home/wasadmin

It should look like this. Please help

Bamboo path.PNG

rsperafico Atlassian Team Jan 09, 2018

Hello @Surya_Banka,

You should:

  • stop the agent
  • copy /data/atlassian1/bamboo-agent-home to /home/wasadmin
  • change permissions over /home/wasadmin and whatever directory and file within /home/wasadmin
  • start agent as wasadmin and not as root

Kind regards,

Rafael

Well, 

you forgot the parameter

-Dbamboo.home

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/bamboo-remote-agent-installation-guide-289276832.html

 

I see 2 way for fix it. 

  • First one is unix way, like symlink. Just set agent home directory symlink to the correct place. 
ln -s /home/wasadmin /data/atlassian1/bamboo-agent-home

then chown the directory and change in init scripts.

 

  • second one is reinstall remote agent with home parameter.

 

Hope it helps

 

Cheers,

Gonchik Tsymzhitov

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