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I am trying to write shell script to copy bamboo builds to spaces with build number

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I have created SSH task in bamboo whereas whenever the plan is run it has to copy that build ex, .jar or .war files to DigitalOcean Spaces.I have written below script and its working fine

#!/bin/bash DATETIME=`date +%y%m%d-%H_%M_%S`
SRC=dist

DST=s3://bucket_name

NAME=Certified_artifact
tar -czvf $NAME-$DATETIME.tar.gz dist;

~/s3cmd-2.0.1/s3cmd put $NAME-$DATETIME.tar.gz s3://bucket_name;

But I need to copy with build numbers version it creates rather datetime. Could someone please help on this.

Thanks!

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Hi @Naveen

Let me try to share a couple of variables that might be helpful to you. They are available in the shell environment while the build or deployment is running. Chose the option that matches the environment where your script is running.

Build plan

  • bamboo_shortJobKey
  • bamboo_shortPlanKey
  • bamboo_planKey
  • bamboo_buildNumber
  • bamboo_planRepository_revision
  • bamboo_buildResultKey

Deployment

  • bamboo_shortPlanKey
  • bamboo_planKey
  • bamboo_planRepository_revision
  • bamboo_buildResultKey
  • bamboo_deploy_release

I hope that one of them or a combination of them will solve your problem.
If you just want the number, you can use the bamboo_buildNumber variable.

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