How to create 32-bit chroot in an elastic bamboo instance?

I want to be able to create a 32-bit chroot in an elastic bamboo 64-bit instance.

There are 3 approaches I can see:

- install a 32-bit Amazon linux chroot in a stock elastic bamboo image.

- install 32-bit and 64-bit ubuntu chroots in a stock elastic bamboo image

- install the elastic bamboo agent in a ubuntu ami (and from there, using debootstrap is easy)

For the first two, the challenge I have is I'm not sure how to get debootstrap to work in an Amazon linux environment.

For the last option, the challenge I have is I'm not sure how to install the elastic agent onto a stock ubuntu ami.

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I'd go with option number 3.

There will (most likely) be an Ubuntu 64 EBS stock image available with Bamboo 5.1 . We already have it available - I can share it with you if you want.

Please open a ticket at jira.atlassian.com and set security level to "Reporters and Developers".

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