How to configure the temporary directory for a Bamboo remote agent
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For some scenarios, it might be required to change or configure the temporary directory (Java temporary folder) for remote agents. For example, when two remote agents are installed on the same machine, as two agents sharing the same temporary directory can cause issues during build execution.
Applicable to remote agents on all supported versions of Bamboo.
Please follow the instructions below to change the temporary directory for a Bamboo remote agent:
- Stop the remote agent.
<remote-agent-install>/conf, open wrapper.conf.
Find the section # The Bamboo Agent home configuration file, and add a line that must contain the following information:
Change the X to the next number following the sequence.
- Change /path/to/directory to the desired directory and save the changes.
- Start the remote agent.
These steps are meant for remote agents only. In order to change the temporary directory path for Bamboo server itself, please see How to configure temporary directory in Bamboo server.