How to find the version of bundled software in Bamboo

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Platform Notice: Server and Data Center Only. This article only applies to Atlassian products on the server and data center platforms.

Summary

Bamboo comes with a series of bundled software products. Here is how to locate and identify those products and their versions.

Bamboo does not bundle a Java JDK or JRE in the same fashion as some other Atlassian products. The version of Java installed to support your Bamboo installation will have been manually installed. You can find which Java version is in use by finding that Java installation by checking the value of the environment variable $JAVA_HOME and running $JAVA_HOME/bin/java -version

Environment

Bamboo (and possibly Bitbucket and other Atlassian products)

Solution

There is no official page that would keep track of the embedded versions for each product. To have a complete list of the embedded product versions that come along with Bamboo, you can check the product's pom.xml.

For example, for Bamboo 8.0.4, you can download the pom.xml file from the following link:

And look for specific product releases. E.g.:

<spring.version>5.3.8</spring.version>
<spring-security-core.version>5.4.6</spring-security-core.version>
<hibernate.version>5.4.32.Final</hibernate.version>
<hibernate.fork.version>1</hibernate.fork.version>
<activeMqVersion>5.16.3</activeMqVersion>
(...)
<apache.sshd.version>2.7.0</apache.sshd.version>
<apache.mina.core.version>2.1.4</apache.mina.core.version>
<apache.maven.version>3.0.5</apache.maven.version>
(...)
<docker.client.version>8.14.5</docker.client.version>
(...)
<log4j.version>1.2.17-atlassian-3</log4j.version>
<log4j2.version>2.9.0</log4j2.version>
<mockito.version>3.9.0</mockito.version>
<quartz.version>2.3.2</quartz.version>
(...)
<node.version>10.24.1</node.version>
<npm.version>6.14.12</npm.version>
(...)
<tomcat8x.version>8.5.70</tomcat8x.version>
(...)
<mysql.driver.version>8.0.25</mysql.driver.version>
<oracle.driver.version>19.3.0.0</oracle.driver.version>
<postgresql.driver.version>42.2.20</postgresql.driver.version>
<sqlServer.driver.version>8.2.2.jre8</sqlServer.driver.version>



Last modified on Aug 1, 2022

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