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PACK File Worth keeping if they are 4-6 months + old?

Looking to clean up some space.... wondering if I can safely delete pack files.



thanks in advance!



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Gerhard Forster
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Nov 06, 2018

Hi Robert,

find the KB below as a great reference for doing that:

So you can delete directly from Bamboo UI's Dashboard plan results, as illustrated in this document or, alternatively, use Bamboo's Expiry feature (globally or on plan level).

Utilizing Expiry you find the granularity to delete Build results, Build artifacts and/or Build logs (and combinations of thoses). Typically artifacts consume most disk space.

Note that this is the only recommended way deleting Bamboo build results! Do not delete them simply from disk or you mess up Bamboo's database.

Also take care that you only delete what you don't use anymore e.g. in subsequent deployments or as releases.

Hope that helps.

Kind regards,


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