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Inability to install plugin on Bamboo container

While attempting to install aqconnect-1.0.jar on a containerized Bamboo image, the installation hangs with a "Unexpected error occurred" message. After referring to the logs in Bamboo, the trail goes cold because no logs are generated.

 

Only one log is generated. 1 single log which is an ackwkowlegement that the user clicked the link.

To reproduce this error do the following:

Containerize a Bamboo instance in a cloud provider using Kubernetes 

Attempt to install aqconnect-1.0.jar  

Watch failure happen.

 

How do I install the aqconnect-1.0.jar? I've attempted to copy it to the plugin folder but it does not show up in the applications list.

 

There's no other way to install anapplication? Why is this happening?

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Hi @amamatth

I'm not a Kubernets specialist but I want to share my 2 cents on this one.

How do I install the aqconnect-1.0.jar? I've attempted to copy it to the plugin folder but it does not show up in the applications list.

Please make sure you installed in <Bamboo_Home>/plugins directory.

I was able to get it working as expected following this sequence of commands:

  1. Create the container:
    $ docker run -d \
    --name="bamboo-6.8.1" \
    -v <HOST_DOCKER_FOLDER>/bamboo/6.8.1/home:/var/atlassian/application-data/bamboo \
    -p 8085:8085 \
    -p 54663:54663 \
    dchevell/bamboo:6.8.1
  2. Configure it:
    Access through the UI, add license and follow the wizard until the end
  3. Stop the container:
    docker stop bamboo-6.8.1
  4. Download the plugin:
    wget https://github.com/accelQ-Inc/accelQ-Connect-Bamboo/releases/download/1.5/aqconnect-1.0.jar
  5. Copy the plugin to the right container folder
    docker cp aqconnect-1.0.jar bamboo-6.8.1:/var/atlassian/application-data/bamboo/plugins/aqconnect-1.0.jar
  6. Start the container:
    docker start bamboo-6.8.1

 

There's no other way to install anapplication? Why is this happening?

You can also install through the UI of your Bamboo instance through Admin >> Overview >> Manage apps >> Upload app.

 

I'm afraid there is something wrong with the installation process. Please review where the plugin is installed and what are the container first logs at the moment of Bamboo server initialization. The logs should be at <Bamboo_Install>/logs/catalina.out.

I hope that helps.

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