We're planning to upgrade Bamboo. One of the pre-requisite is to take a backup of the bamboo-home directory. However, the bamboo-home directory is so huge that tar will take longer and we don't have enough space for the tar backup. I'm looking for advise on how do you all manage this situation when performing an upgrade.
You can create a backup of or archive ALL folders except the following:
You're going to perform an upgrade (and not a migration, for example) and the artifacts folder will still be there even if the upgrade fails. This does not mean you can delete that folder. You will need it in case you need to roll-back the upgrade.
I learned this from one of the Atlassian Support guys.
Hope that helps.
No worries, more than happy to share.
I think before I send you the steps I need to give the upgrade steps first to be clear about what needs to be done.
Hope this helps
Thank you for pointing that out. Yes, you are right how can I miss that.
Here is the updated rollback plan.
I need to emphasise as well that I haven't had any chance of testing a rollback. This is a recommendation from Atlassian Support. I will get back to you once I get the chance to test it.
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