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temp file created

Dear All,

Good day.

I need some help with Bamboo.Bamboo creates around 40GB of Temp files on C:\Program Files\Bamboo\temp.

This has happend 2 times now over weekend. I have checked with developer and they todl they dont have any scheduled task.

What should i check at this point?


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Rafael Pinto Sperafico
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Dec 31, 2018

Hi @CrownConsult,

Not only Bamboo but 3rd party add-ons make use of the temporary directory. For instance, when running a build 

So we can provide you with more information about those, would be possible to provide a list of the content in C:\Program Files\Bamboo\temp by running:

cd C:\Program Files\Bamboo\temp
dir \a \s > bamboo-install-temp-dir.txt

As a result, the command above will list all dir/sub-dir and file(s) (including hidden) and output them into a file called "bamboo-install-temp-dir.txt". If you could paste its content on this thread, we could have a look reviewing files that are being created and not being deleted.

If you do not want to make this information publicly available, then I would suggest you on raising a Support Case with Atlassian, mentioning this post. Once you get the answer you are looking for, please do not forget on replying to this thread , so others facing the same issue can benefit from your inquire/resolution.

Kind regards,


Thanks for the response.

I have actually deleted those files.

One example is 12/11/2018  09:41 PM                22 tzp5876017344860567977.tmp

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