Is it possible to run a 4.x.x or 5.x.x ZIP Bamboo version (not the installer) with a 64bit JDK?
I couldn't find a clear answer to that in the documentation or anywhere else. Sorry if I should have overlooked it.
The installation and upgrade documentation doesn't really mention a specific Java version (32bit/64bit) but unlike e.g. Stash, I only see one tomcat7.exe in the bin folder (32bit?)
Is it possible to run with the 64bit JDK anyway and if so, what do I have to do different to get it working?
Thanks in advance!
I finally had the time to test it out and finally got it working. Just posting here what I had to to in case anyone else runs into the same problems:
We are using Bamboo 5.2 (build4003), Win Server 2012 (64bit) and Java 7 (jdk1.7.0_45). Installing the service was no problem. But when trying to start it, I got an "error 1". Windows Event logs only showed this messag: The Apache Tomcat Bamboo service terminated with the following service-specific error:
I knew we had this issue with JIRA and probably Stash long time ago as documented in this https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/Problems+Installing+JIRA+as+a+Service+on+Windows+64bit but this has been resolved by now. Give it a try and if you face problem with the service installation, lets us know and we will investigate further
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