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Prevent Bamboo from being indexed by search engines

I used the ec2 wizard to install bamboo on an EC2 instance in AWS.  It has been running for years, but I now want to prevent search engines from listing the bamboo servers URL. 

I found this page:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamkb/prevent-bamboo-from-being-indexed-by-search-engines-1005322757.html

However, after a lot of searching, I still don't know where the <bamboo-install>/atlassian-bamboo/ directory is on my server.

Can anyone tell me where the default location of this directory is on a bamboo server installed using the ec2 wisard as described here:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo0700/running-bamboo-server-in-aws-1014681759.html 

Any help is much appreciated.

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Hello @Derek Clarke

The default Bamboo install directory used by the Bamboo EC2 Wizards is /media/atlassian-data. You will find the atlassian-bamboo directory under:

  • /media/atlassian-data/installs/bamboo/current/

It may be different for your case, so you may need the whole search for the <atlassian-bamboo> directory:

  • # find / -type d -name atlassian-bamboo

 

Regards,

Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

That did the trick.  Thanks for the help, much appreciated.

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