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bamboo server monitoring


We want some monitoring mechanisms to check the following?

1.No of agent connected at the moment?

2.Is the Bamboo server is accessible or not

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You can use the Bamboo REST API to achieve 1 in a similar fashion via a GET /agent?online call:

Provides a list of all agents. Use query parameter "online = true/false" 
to filter only online agents.

 So something along the lines of (top of my head):

curl --user username:password -H "Accept: application/json" \ | jq 
'. | length'


Here's a more specific example to confirm my memory (based on HTTPie rather than cURL).

Initially there are 2 local and 0 remote agents:

λ http -a user:pass | jq '. | length'
λ http -a user:pass | jq '. | length'

I've then started 2 elastic agents in addition to the 2 local ones, which yield 4 agents overall:

λ http -a user:pass | jq '. | length'
λ http -a user:pass | jq '. | length'

Terminating 1 elastic agent yields the expected outcome too:

λ http -a user:pass | jq '. | length'
λ http -a user:pass | jq '. | length'



Currently, I am doing this way

curl --user adminuser:password | grep -o '<p>Available remote agent slots'

I will try your suggested approach as well.

@ Steffen: Yours suggested that doesn't fulfill my requirement.I guess I put the wrong question.

I have a license of x agents,I want to check how many agents are online at the moment so that I can plan my activities accordingly.

@Neeraj Singh - I'm afraid I don't t really get what you are asking for here. I've updated my answer with a more specific example to confirm my memory, and it seems to yield the expected result by telling me how many agents are currently available - is this not the 'No of agent connected at the moment' that you are looking for?

@Steffen Opel _Utoolity_Thanks for your knowledge sharing.It was great and helpful

2. Done with following command

curl --user username:password -H "Accept: application/json" [ | jq .state

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