How to configure temporary directory on a FreeBSD OS Bamboo remote agent
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This document covers how to change a temporary directory on remote agents running on the FreeBSD OS server. We have seen some scenarios where remote agents running on the FreeBSD OS server don't generate a <remote-agent-install>/conf/wrapper.conf file and will not be possible to change the temporary directory directly through the wrapper.conf file as explained in the document how-to-configure-temporary-directory-in-bamboo-remote-agent. If you are running remote agents on the FreeBSD OS server and you see a wrapper.conf file under <remote-agent-install>/conf directory, you can change the temporary directory by following the steps mentioned in the document how-to-configure-temporary-directory-in-bamboo-remote-agent. And in case there is no <remote-agent-install>/conf/wrapper.conf file created on your remote agent, you can follow the below steps mentioned in this document under the solution section.
Applicable to remote agents running on FreeBSD 11 OS server on all supported versions of Bamboo.
Please follow the below steps to change the temporary directory for a Bamboo remote agent running on the FreeBSD OS server:
- Stop the remote agent.
Start the remote agent now with below command:
$Java_Home_Path -Dbamboo.home=<Bamboo-agent-home> -Dwrapper.java.additional.X="Djava.io.tmpdir=<Temp_directory_path>" -jar <Bamboo-agent-home>/lib/bamboo-agent-bootstrap.jar <Bamboo-Base_URL>/agentServer/
Replace <Temp_directory_path> with the temporary directory path you want set on remote agent
Replace <Bamboo-Base_URL> with your Bamboo base url
Replace $Java_home_path with Java home path which remote agent server is installed
Replace "X" value in the "-Dwrapper.java.additional.X" parameter with the next number following the sequence
Replace <Bamboo-agent-home> with the Bamboo agent home path
/usr/local/openjdk8/jre/bin/java -Dbamboo.home=/var/atlassian/application-data/bamboo-agent/ -Dwrapper.java.additional.4="Djava.io.tmpdir=/var/atlassian/application-data/bamboo-agent/tmp" -jar /var/atlassian/application-data/bamboo-agent1/lib/bamboo-agent-bootstrap.jar https://linux-37467.prod.atl-cd.net/bamboo/agentServer/