Bamboo 6.7 upgrade notes
We’ve collected some important notes on upgrading to Bamboo 6.7. For details on all the new features and improvements we’ve introduced in this release, see the Bamboo 6.7 release notes.
Here’s some important information you should know about before upgrading.
Anonymous users remote repository trigger and Bamboo Specs detection disabled by default
Both remote repository trigger and Bambo Specs detection and by default disabled for anonymous users in Bamboo 6.7. Access to these by anonymous users is necessary e.g. for using webhooks. To enable it, go to Administration (> Overview > Security settings.
When enabled, Bamboo ignores permissions settings for anonymous user access to those REST endpoints but keep restriction on other REST resources.
Bamboo 6.7 contains upgrade tasks for changes to the audit log table which can impact the upgrade time. The upgrade time can differ depending on the size of your audit log so plan some extra time when upgrading.
For reference, during our test, an audit log table with 6,5 records in PostgreSQL took 3 extra minutes of upgrade time.
See what changes are in store for the supported platforms in Bamboo. For more information about what the latest stable release of Bamboo supports, see Supported platforms.
PostgresSQL 9.2 and 9.3 deprecated
Starting from version 6.7, Bamboo deprecates PostgresSQL 9.2 and 9.3. Support for these versions will end in an upcoming release.
This release of Bamboo doesn't add support for any new software platforms.
How to upgrade Bamboo
See the Bamboo upgrade guide for a complete walk-through of the upgrade process that includes descriptions of all the available upgrade paths, prerequisites, and methods.