Is there any way to monitor bamboo like stash or jira, ex:
wget -t 1 --connect-timeout=1 --read-timeout=3 -q -O - stash.server.ext:7990/status
wget -t 1 --connect-timeout=1 --read-timeout=3 -q -O - jira.server.ext:8080/status
Actually I have $BAMBOO_HOME located in a storage attached physically to two servers through SAS cables, the whole idea is to set BAMBOO in a HA environment using the STASH documentations as base.
That way I would be able to add a script to manage the service in pacemaker as an ocf:heartbeat resource.
Hi @Marcin Oles
Thanks for the reply,
I just get a 500 Internal Server Error
My bamboo info:
Build Date: 03 Sep 2014
for the purpose of checking if something is running on port 8085 is OK, but it is not really very useful, Any other suggestion?
@Marcin Oleś, Krystian Brazulewicz [Atlassian] how to get status of Bamboo and Crowd, like we get for JIRA and confluence - <url>/status ? if it is not there, can you please add a enhancement request or let us know any workaround for this.
we need this, we use to show status of all our Atlassian apps.
Thanks for your help.
regarding Bamboo - the way of doing so would be to use the URL we mentioned earlier:
alternatively, you may use
To get the response in JSON format, use the command that @Krystian Brazulewicz suggested:
curl -H "Accept: application/json" <url>
You can then parse the response and retrieve server's state.
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