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Change bamboo.home does not work

Hi,

somehow in the past the bamboo.home variable was set to the same directory (ISS/BAMBOO) than the application was installed. So we tried to change it but we had no luck. What we did:

Stop Bamboo (running on sles)

moved XML-DATA, artifacts, logs, backups, index and temo to /ISS/BAMBOO-DATA

Changed the variable in bamboo-init.properties

Started Bamboo

Now the setup wizard comes up! What was wrong?

Thanks in advance,

Carsten 

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Daniel Wester
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Apr 24, 2018

Make sure to move the bamboo.cfg.xml as well. If you do a clean installation of the app on another area - you can see which files/directories should be moved.

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rsperafico
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Apr 24, 2018

Hi @Carsten Horlacher,

bamboo-init.properties is to define where <bamboo-home> will be, however, in the same way you can specify the directory path to Artifacts during Bamboo's installation through the UI, post Bamboo installation you will find <bamboo-home>/bamboo.cfg.xml in which describe where files are stored:

  <properties>
    <property name="bamboo.artifacts.directory">${bambooHome}/artifacts</property>
    <property name="bamboo.config.directory">${bambooHome}/xml-data/configuration</property>
...

So if you want to copy Artifacts and place them outside <bamboo-home> directory, you should update <bamboo-home>/bamboo.cfg.xml providing the correct path for it. The same applies to the other properties.

Kind regards,

Rafael

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