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Pre-Post Build Command Runner plugin curl fail

I have installed https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.sysbliss.bamboo.plugins.prepost-build-command

I added a command "curl ..."

But I get a error in the log output :

simple 16-May-2015 22:48:00 [BuildCommandRunner] running command: curl .... 
error 16-May-2015 22:48:00 Unable to find executable at curl. Will try to run it anyway. 

So I added an Executable via /admin/agent/viewBuilders.action

Named "curl", path "curl".

That didn't work, so I tried the linux path "/usr/bin/curl", that didn't work either.

 

Is the problem with the addon not finding the exec, or the exec?

2 answers

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Use the full path to curl in prepost-build-command plugin.

Cheers, I actually worked it out by process of elimination, but still a valid post I think in case others run into this problem.

@Krystian Brazulewicz  can you explain in detail where the add the full path ?

Hello @Kazi Rizwan ,

The full path is required on the field "Commands" in the plugin:

CleanShot 2020-09-17 at 10.32.20@2x.png

In the case of curl, you would not insert `curl` but the full path `/usr/bin/curl`

I hope that helped :)

Like Steffen Opel _Utoolity_ likes this
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Hello Ian,

Please check that curl executable is available at Bamboo server or agent machine via command line.

Create Script task with curl command to identify if issue is at Bamboo or plugin side.

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