Bamboo server 1 is a hub for all our plans (everybody goes to this server to lookup logs, results, etc.). Bamboo server 2 executes some plans. We want bamboo server 1 to be the one-stop shop for all plans.
Is it possible that bamboo server 1 shows the results of plans executed by bamboo server 2.
The best way to do this would be to setup Server 1 as the Bamboo server, and then on the second machine install a Bamboo Remote agent. This way the second machine will only be used to process build tasks while the server instance will manage users, build queueing, logs, and results.
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Thanks for your answer, though it's not quite what I was asking for,
Simplifying the use case, we would like to have a bamboo server for active plans and another for archived plans. We would still need to be able to access the archived plans from the active bamboo server (one-stop shop for all plans across the company)
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