List of Atlassian AMI IDs


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Atlassian's AMIs (and hence, their IDs) may change with each release of Bamboo, including both major and minor releases. If you want to find out the AMI IDs for a version of Bamboo, this is the correct place.

To automatically find the correct AMI IDs for your Bamboo version, run the following script:


if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then
  echo "Usage: `basename $0` [Bamboo version]"
  exit 0

echo "Retrieving elastic image version for Bamboo ${bambooVersion}..."
elasticImageVersion="$(curl -v --silent -L${bambooVersion}/atlassian-bamboo-$bambooVersion.pom 2>&1 | grep \<elastic-image.version\> | sed -e 's/<[^>]*>//g' -e 's/^[[:space:]]*//' -e 's/[[:space:]]*$//')"

echo "Elastic image version is $elasticImageVersion"

curl -v --silent -L$elasticImageVersion/atlassian-bamboo-elastic-image-$elasticImageVersion.ami 2>&1 | grep image.
echo "REMEMBER: Use the image from the appropriate region!"

If the script does not work for you, follow these instructions....
  1. Copy and paste the following URL in a web browser, replacing $BAMBOO_VERSION with the correct version number$BAMBOO_VERSION/atlassian-bamboo-$BAMBOO_VERSION.pom
  2. In the resulting atlassian-bamboo-x.x.x.pom file (where x.x.x is your version of Bamboo). The image version/baseline is stored in elastic-image.version tag. For example, for version 5.9.7, the baseline was 4.2 . (<elastic-image.version>4.2</elastic-image.version>)
  3. Open the following URL in a web browser, where $ELASTIC_VERSION is the corresponding version you found before$ELASTIC_VERSION/atlassian-bamboo-elastic-image-$ELASTIC_VERSION.ami
  4. The file with ami extension contains all stock image AMI ids. Make sure you choose the image from the correct region, ie


最終更新日 2019 年 7 月 15 日


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