Have anyone set $BAMBOO_HOME or at least the bamboo-home directory over a network storage, like NFS?
Our Idea is to set BAMBOO in a HA environment but instead of syncing the Bamboo home directory we would like to have it mounted using a SAN or NAS, I know there is not official information about BAMBOO on HA, but at least someone have tried the bamboo-home over network ?
Major part of bamboo-home/xml-data is a build directory. I think when you decide to move BAMBOO_HOME to NFS you should keep this directory separately:
I wouldn't... The git operations will hurt a lot... Note that there are host specific info in the files as well.
I wrote up a blog post once for Nick Muldoon ( http://www.nicholasmuldoon.com/2013/07/bamboo-in-a-high-availability-configuration/) explaining how we had it configured at a previous work place.
thanks all for the reply
We are actually using bamboo for our builds, and here is some information that might be relevant
[root@bamboo ]# find ./bamboo-home/artifacts/ -type f |wc -l 12025
[root@bamboo ]# find ./bamboo-home/xml-data/ -type f |wc -l 581462
[root@bamboo ]# du -hs ./bamboo-home/* 100G ./bamboo-home/artifacts 4.0K ./bamboo-home/attachments 4.0K ./bamboo-home/backups 4.0K ./bamboo-home/bamboo.cfg.xml 4.0K ./bamboo-home/bamboo-mail.cfg.xml 44M ./bamboo-home/bundled-plugins 357M ./bamboo-home/caches 18M ./bamboo-home/index 7.6M ./bamboo-home/jms-store 112M ./bamboo-home/logs 26M ./bamboo-home/plugins 22M ./bamboo-home/temp 4.0K ./bamboo-home/templates 208G ./bamboo-home/xml-data
and of course it will grow in time, it is a considerable amount of files.
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