Bamboo pluginScheduler job stops executing after some time.

I've successfully got a Bamboo PluginJob executing by following the tutorial at https://developer.atlassian.com/display/DOCS/Scheduling+Events+via+SAL+Tutorial. All is working fine for the first few minutes with the Job executing every 10s as it is specified.

Unfortunately after a random time (a few minutes) the scheduled job stops running.

There doesn't seem to be any errors in the logs and I'm at a bit of a loss as to how to proceed. Can anyone help?

Thanks,

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I've upgraded to 5.2 and this seems to have gone away now.

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I've narrowed this down to some issue with rabbitmq which the pluginJob is using. If I disable the AMQP functionality, the job doesn't disappear. I'm unable to find any exception to work out what the issue is.

I've worked around this problem by having a fairly regular event look for the last time the job has been run and reschedule it if it goes over a threshold. Not a great solution but it seems to work.

I am currently tied to using 4.4.5 but I'll try to upgrade to the latest version and see if this is still an issue.

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