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  • Inline script task with powershell commands does not fail the bamboo deployment project when errored out or during any exceptions

Inline script task with powershell commands does not fail the bamboo deployment project when errored out or during any exceptions

Hi 

 

I am using below script to connect to remote server and shut the cluster service and then deploy packages.

this is cluster service shut down script

 

$SvcName = '${bamboo.ServiceName}'
$SvrNames = '${bamboo.deploy.hostname}'
#$SvcName = "'" + $SvcName + "'"
$SvrName = $SvrNames[0]

Try {

$services = Get-WmiObject -Computer $SvrName -Authentication PacketPrivacy -namespace 'root\mscluster' `
MSCluster_Resource | Where {$_.Type -eq "Generic Service"} | Where {$_.name -eq $SvcName}
If (-Not $Services)
{$SvcName + " is not installed on this computer."}
else
{
Switch($services.state)
{
'2'
{
Write-host "Cluster service $SvcName is online"
$SvcName = "'" + $SvcName + "'"
$cmd = "CLUSTER RES"+' '+$SvcName+' '+"/ON"
$cmd1=[scriptblock]::Create($cmd)
Invoke-command -computername $SvrName -ScriptBlock $cmd1
start-sleep -s 10
Write-host "$SvcName is Offline"
}

'3'
{
Write-host "Cluster service $SvcName is Offline"
Write-Host $_.Exception
Write-Host $_.Exception.Message
start-sleep -s 10
Break
}

'4'{
Write-host "Cluster service $SvcName is in Falied state, Please login to $SvrNames and check event logs"
start-sleep -s 10
}

}
}
}
Catch
{
$error[0].exception
Write-Host $_.Exception
Write-Host $_.Exception.Message
Break
}

 

 

Why does Bamboo does not fail when there is a clear exception or an error message in the deploy logs.

 

do i need to do something different here

 

1 answer

0 votes

Bamboo has no idea if the errors in the log are important or not.  If your script fail it should return non-zero exit code to indicate that.

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