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How to clean old bamboo spec cache?

Hello!
I am updating bamboo spec but it is still running with old one. I even deleted folder-bamboo-specs from my project but it still running using old one. Could you please help me to understand how I can clean such cache?

If you need some more details please ask me and I will send

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The location of Bamboo Specs cache depends on the version you have:

In Bamboo 8.0 and later its in

<bamboo_home>/local-working-dir/serverSide/REPOSITORY_STORED_SPECS

In 7.x and older its:

<bamboo_home>/xml-data/build-dir/serverSide/REPOSITORY_STORED_SPECS

You might want to limit the cleanup to data that is related to your repository, as cleaning the entire content of the cache might have detrimental effect to the performance of the specs update until the cache is rebuild.

You can tell which subdirectories are relevant by their name, which is in the form of:

repository-<repository_id>-<branch_name>

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