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Clustering in AWS with bitbucket docker image


Hi All,

I have some challenges while clustering as i couldnt see all the nodes. Listed my setup details.

1. Ec2-1 (bitbucket image is running) - in private subnet

2. Ec2-2 (bitbucket image is running) - in private subnet

PS: Downloaded the image from - v7.3.2

3. Created NFS in aws and mounted the shared directory while starting the container and both the container starts without any issues.

4. Configured load balancer, target group(with sticky session), Bitbucket setup with free license

5. Now i am able to access the bitbucket and if i see clustering, its listing only 1 node (could be ec2-1 or ec2-2) which started first. Not all the nodes.

6. Even in that, i dont see ec2 ip. its listed the docker IP

7. Configuration in (commented first 3 lines) and restarted the bitbucket container.,

8. Still i could see only one node and dont see any entry "hazel" in the log "atlassian-bitbucket.log"

9. Added the configuration "ec2:DescribeInstances" as described in for ec2. But still same issue.

10. Cloned from and generated package "hazelcast-aws.jar" using maven. I tried to upload this into docker image to the location $BITBUCKET_HOME/lib, but it didnt work as expected.

Am i missing something?

Thanks & Regards,

1 answer

Any updates on this? I am actually encountering problems setting Bitbucket (Mirror Farm to be specific) via Docker which will be provisioned in AWS. I tried the Hazelcast AWS properties but I still keep on getting 403 errors. Not sure what policy to define for the role.

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