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What is UUID in bamboo

What is UUID in bamboo?

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Hey Gireesh,

UUID = Universally unique identifier. It's a generic term for unique identifiers but In the context of Bamboo, it's typically used to refer to the unique identifier that is allocated to a Bamboo Remote Agent upon start-up.

An agent's UUID is stored in <bamboo-agent-home>/bamboo-agent.cfg.xml and is used for authentication purposes when the agent connects to the Bamboo Server.

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