Starting and Stopping the Bamboo Server
Update: Jesse wrote in CSPACE-4342:
Bamboo can now be started/stopped using the command:
CollectionSpace's Bamboo server is installed here on the bamboo.collectionspace.org machine in the following directoryserver:
/varhome/wwwbamboo/Bamboo-server /var/www/Bamboo-home /var/www/Bamboo-dataatlassian-bamboo-5.15.5
To start and stop the Bamboo server, you will need an account with 'sudo' privileges on the bamboo.collectionspace.org server. To start the Bamboo service via Java Service Wrapper, use the 'start-bamboo' command found at /var/www/bamboo/wrapper. The following command line options can be used with the 'start-bamboo' command:
- console — this starts Bamboo in a console. The logs will scroll to standard out.
- start — this starts Bamboo.
- stop — this stops Bamboo.
- restart — this restarts Bamboo
- status — this provides the current status of Bamboo.
- dump — stops Bamboo abruptly by killing the process
For example, to start the Bamboo server:
cd /var/www/Bamboo/wrapper sudo ./start-bamboo start
If the above command is not properly starting bamboo, you can try this alternate command:
cd /var/www/Bamboo/ ./bamboo.sh start
To check the status of the Bamboo server, follow the pattern of the command used to start the Bamboo server, above, but substitute
sudo ./start-bamboo status or
sudo su - bamboo cd /home/bamboo/atlassian-bamboo-5.15.5 ./bin/start-bamboo.sh