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Suddenly, after JAVA upgradation to 8.341, BAMBOO as windows server not starting at all

Hi Team,

Earlirer, our BAMBOO was running perfectly as windows service,. Rrecently, after JAVA upgradation to 8.341, and Open JDK jdk8u345 not starting BAMBOO as windpws servicw at all. It gives below error 1053

Error: Windows could not start Bamboo as windows service on local computer.

error:1053: The service didn't respond to start or  control request in a timely fashion.

Bamboo as windows service Error.PNG

 

 

To resolve this issue , I have already referred the link : Configuring your system properties | Bamboo Data Center and Server 9.1 | Atlassian Documentation

Performed the above configurations and checked but still no luck, please help to resolve this issues and where I am doing the mistake.

 

Thank you,

Dev G

 

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Hello @Devendar Gangapuram

Maybe after upgrading your JDK, the JAVA_HOME was not updated? Or the java binaries are not found on the PATH environment variable?

You will have to search the <bamboo-home>/logs/atlassian-bamboo.logs and <bamboo-install>/logs/catalina.out to find out what happened after the JDK upgrade.

Sincerely,

Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

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