monitoring bamboo status

Hi,

Is there any way to monitor bamboo like stash or jira, ex:

 

Stash

wget -t 1 --connect-timeout=1 --read-timeout=3 -q -O - stash.server.ext:7990/status

 

JIRA

wget -t 1 --connect-timeout=1 --read-timeout=3 -q -O - jira.server.ext:8080/status

 

Thanks

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You need to enforce JSON format for the resource that @Marcin Oles mentioned. Try this call:

curl -H "Accept: application/json" $BAMBOO_URL/rest/api/latest/server
 

This is giving us a 401 error because of not being authenticated. (we have anonymous access disabled)

Is there a way to get Bamboo status without being authenticated and anonymous access disabled?

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You can use Oauth authentication (see Oauth examples).

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Marcin Oles Atlassian Team Dec 09, 2014

Hi @Fauzi Gomez,

this REST resource might be what you're looking for: <bamboo>/rest/api/latest/server

You can use it in your scripts, eg. with wget.

Regards,
Marcin 

Hi @Fauzi Gomez,

  Are you using any monitoring tool like Nagios to monitor overall server resources and want to add a check to monitor overall uptime? 

Hi Himanshu,

 

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.

 

Thanks

 

Hi @Marcin Oles

 

Thanks for the reply,

 

I just get a 500 Internal Server Error

 

My bamboo info:

Version: 5.6.2
Build: 4411
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.

Marcin Oles Atlassian Team Jul 25, 2016

Hi Raj,

regarding Bamboo - the way of doing so would be to use the URL we mentioned earlier:

$BAMBOO_URL/rest/api/latest/server

alternatively, you may use

$BAMBOO_URL/rest/api/latest/info

To get the response in JSON format, use the command that @Krystian Brazulewicz suggested:

curl -H "Accept: application/json" &lt;url&gt;

You can then parse the response and retrieve server's state.

Regards,
Marcin 

Marcin Oleś [Atlassian], Thank you, yes i can get status info from that url.

but we need to login to bamboo to get this, for JIRA and Confluence, we get status without login!!

Do we have similar thing for Crowd?

Marcin Oles Atlassian Team Jul 28, 2016

Hi Raj,

unfortunately there isn't a feature like this in Bamboo yet. You may create a feature request under https://jira.atlassian.com/projects/BAM. I don't know about Crowd.

Regards,
Marcin

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