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I'm just starting out with bamboo.
Is there a clean / simple way to export build and deployment projects (and their constituent plans) from one bamboo instance and then import them into another bamboo server instance?
I've seen references to Bamboo specs but it's not obvious if this is the best option.
It depends on complexity of your plans and scope of data you want to transfer.
If you need only configuration - use Bamboo Specs.
If you need build results + build logs and artifacts then the only option is to use instance backup, there's no functionality to export/import project or plan.
I have the exact requirement that I want to move a single project from one bamboo server to another. But If we use the export/import concept then the import will erase existing projects.
Here I want to move one project/plan from Dev Bamboo to Prod Bamboo.
Could you please help me summarize the steps how to achieve this?
Much appreciated your help.
Are there any compatibility rules or matrices for this type of action?
Eg. Can I take a 6.6 configs/plans EXPORT file and import it into a 6.7 instance if the DB versions are the same? If this action is extended to artifacts and logs too, do compat. restrictions change?
Related ... are there any tools to cross check a server's configuration AFTER an import?
It seems like the capabilities are out of whack (expected ). But, I would think there would be an admin option to "check" a servers' configuration that could catch bad or "out of sync" server configurations, etc.