I am having this problem with several projects plans , the build fail because the system fail to clean the project ==> it fail to delete subversion related file wc.db .
is there any solution or work around for this ?
now I go manually and delete the .svn folder.
Would be possible to inform in which Operational System Bamboo is running on, please? Due to what you have informed on your comment , it seems you are running Bamboo on a Linux / Mac OS environment.
If you go to the Plan Configuration >> Stages, select your stage created and click on Tasks tab there is an option in the task "Source Code Checkout configuration" that removes the source directory and checks it out again prior to each build. This may significantly increase build times ([ ] Force Clean Build).
Another option would be under Plan Configuration >> Stages, select your stage created and click on Miscellaneous tab. You will find an option that removes the source directory after each build. This may increase build times but save disk space. ([ ] Clean working directory after each build).
Alternatively, you can create an Script tasks to delete the folder/file you want.
// the following command will delete a directory recursively rm -rf /<path>/<to>/<directory>
I had run into this issue which occurs when trying to delete a particular subdirectory in deployment projects. Like Rafael mentioned, I had to add a script that does exactly that.
However, since we have nearly 200 deployment plans, this will be quite tedious and to be honest, extremely frustrating to even have to do this.
C'mon Atlassian, is this currently a tracked bug?
I would kindly ask you to:
Alternatively, I would suggest you on:
Hi Everyone , thanks for the replies.. I am running Bamboo on Windows and it is runing as a windows service using the local system account.. the fact that this happen with only subversion special files that get created automatically when Bamboo checkout the code ..make me wonder if there is a special config to do that will make Bamboo work better with subversion.
I will create a support request the next time this happen, now I deleted that folder manually .
Thanks Rafael and everyone else here.
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