We had a Bamboo incident the other day - lots of Bamboo agent went offline , and quite a few build plans have to wait in the queue for a long time. We checked the logs and saw something like "Agent could not access JMS invoker queue". JMS stands for Java Message Service which in … Continue reading Bamboo agent could not access jms invoker queue
I was working on a data classification project a few months ago, and one of systems that needs to be classified is Confluence. The data on Confluence can be Public, Internal, Protected and Highly Protected. I designed a solution to use Comala workflow which we have purchased already, so no more extra cost on software. … Continue reading Using Comala worflow to classify Confluence page
You may see this message "You cannot edit this directory because you are logged in through it, please log in as a locally authenticating user to edit it." when you try to edit the directory settings in Confluence or Jira. I just found out there is a trick to get around this, right click the … Continue reading User Directory Setting Trick in Confluence and Jira
Similar to the Confluence Project Key Query Page, I created another page for querying the Jira Project Key. As the script sends a cross domain request from Confluence to Jira, the CORS has to be configured in Jira to allow it. This is how it looks, and here is source code.
Continue with Jira and Confluence Performance Monitoring Part One, in this article I will explain a bit deeper how the Bot works which is most interesting part I think. First of all, you need to have a Bot that is hooked to your Slack. I wrote my own Bot based on Hubot (Nodejs Express Framework). When … Continue reading Jira and Confluence Performance Monitoring Part Two
I have been recently working on improving our performance monitoring against Jira and Confluence. And here I want to share a few things that I learned, and hope they are useful to you as well. In high level, we have done: Setup both black box monitoring (CPU, memory, IO, Error log ...) and white box … Continue reading Jira and Confluence Performance Monitoring Part One