Can you confirm that you want to disable the variables listed in the build logs that refer to the command executed and the environment that is being passed to that command. eg.
command 02-Nov-2018 15:40:41 Beginning to execute external process for build 'tst - sh - Default Job #85 (TST-SH-JOB1-85)'\n ... running command line: \n/home/bamboo/bamboo-home-postgresql/temp/TST-SH-JOB1-85-ScriptBuildTask-4849783941163340321.sh\n ... in: /home/bamboo/bamboo-home-postgresql/xml-data/build-dir/TST-SH-JOB1\n ... using extra environment variables: \nbamboo_planRepository_1_branch=master\nbamboo_planRepository_1_branchDisplayName=master\nbamboo_repository_revision_number=1fa10f1655686a6338e1c582ce53e9890c860b6a\nbamboo_repository_16809985_git_username=\nbamboo_resultsUrl=http://linuxenv:8085/bamboo/browse/TST-SH-JOB1-85\nbamboo_build_working_directory=/home/bamboo/bamboo-home-postgresql/xml-data/build-dir/TST-SH-JOB1\nbamboo_planRepository_1_name=tstrepo\nbamboo_buildKey=TST-SH-...
This output is logged in the class com.atlassian.bamboo.processProcessServiceImpl at level INFO.
If you disable this logging it will remove the whole text including the command executed.
It will also remove the text for any other external process run by the agent.
There is no way to disable the environment variable part of the text.
I would recommend not disabling this logging :)
Let me know if I have got this wrong and it is something else you wish to disable..
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