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How do I point remote agents to a new bamboo server?

Other than initially starting the remote agent, I don't see where this is configured.

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Jeremy Owen Atlassian Team Apr 12, 2018

Hey Rob,

The address is stored in the <bamboo-agent-home>/conf/wrapper.conf. Example below:

The /agentServer/ part is also a static requirement.



Thanks. Do you need to reboot the agent to make the change take effect or just restart the bamboo-remote-agent service or what?

Jeremy Owen Atlassian Team Apr 22, 2018

You're welcome. :) For the wrapper.conf changes to Base URL, you'll just need to restart the agent.

There's also one other address the agent uses for connections which is configured on the Bamboo Server side at:

  • Bamboo Administration >> Overview >> General configuration >> Broker Client URL

If this particular URL needs to be changed, both the Bamboo Server and then agent need to be restarted.



You're fast. Ok just to double check, I don't need to update the base URL since it's tcp:// right?

Thanks again

That sounds like the Broker URL (which is the listener address and is fine). The Broker Client URL is what gets distributed to the remote agent when it first connects (via the HTTP address you configured in the wrapper.conf earlier) and is the address the agent will connect to for messaging between server and agent.

If the current Broker Client URL is a connectable address from the remote agent, then no need to change it. You can test with a telnet if needed.



You're right, I meant the Broker URL. Looks good from here then!

Cheers to you Jeremy

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