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Multiple OS Bamboo build plan

Can I have one bamboo build job runs on Linux and the other bamboo job runs on Windows? 

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Cristiano Mariano
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Mar 17, 2020

Hi @Yin Feng ! How are you doing?

Welcome to the community!!!

Yes! You can do that for sure!

When you install Bamboo server, it creates a default Local Agent for you. You may also have Remote Agents, that run in other machines and are connected to this same server. So, let's suppose you have installed Bamboo server in Linux. You would run Linux builds in this Local Agent and configure a Windows Remote Agent in another machine, connected to this same server.

In our deployment, we have no Local Agents. All of our builds, even the ones that use the same Operating System as the server, are run in Remote Agents, so that a more complex build does not impact the performance of the server. For you, it will depend on the resources you have and the complexity of your builds.

Hope this helps!


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