Can the bamboo /tmp be cleaned up. It takes a lot of space up and we are trying to manage the space on our server. Can we remove these files/folders nightly with a script? Or should we keep everything and move the temp directory via the config files?
Depending on the way you environment is set up, Bamboo local and remote agents will look for files under the temporary directory. If you don't have them, the same will throw an error/exception.
You can check the option "Clean Working Directory after build" under the miscellaneous tab of your job configurations. This will clear the local copy of the repository available at <bamboo-home>/xml-data/build-dir/ before each build. Please note that this may increase the time taken to run a build but will save space.
I don't think Rafael's response answers the question.
The problem is that Bamboo (and its 3rd party tasks) dumps dozens of directories in /tmp (for example, /tmp/npm-81678765765). These directories on our system are each around 250MB or more, and simply remain in /tmp until it fills up.
This causes issues with builds failing due to "no space left on device".
Best solution at the moment is to write a script that checks which of these directories has no recent files, delete them, and then cross your fingers.
EDIT: And I can confirm that, unfortunately, launching the Bamboo Agent with an alternate temp directory does not solve this problem.
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