wrapper/start-bamboo start not working

Hello, I try to run Bamboo from wrapper as a service but I get error:

root@server:/usr/local/src# /opt/atlassian/Bamboo/wrapper/start-bamboo start
Starting Bamboo Continuous Integration Server...
/opt/atlassian/Bamboo/wrapper/start-bamboo: line 405: /opt/atlassian/Bamboo/wrapper/wrapper: No such file or directory

if I don't run it from wrapper but form bamboo.sh it works:

root@server:/usr/local/src# /opt/atlassian/Bamboo/bamboo.sh start
Starting Bamboo: 
STARTED Bamboo Fri Dec 16 23:59:54 GMT 2011
Bamboo running, pid=19805

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Which version of Bamboo is it? Which Linux version and architecture?

Does /opt/atlassian/Bamboo/wrapper/wrapper exist? If so, what does ldd /opt/atlassian/Bamboo/wrapper/wrapper show?

Hello, it is the latest version of bamboo (installed yesterday), Debian 6 64bit, /opt/atlassian/Bamboo/wrapper/wrapper does not exist the normal path should be /opt/atlassian/Bamboo/wrapper I don't know why it adds an extra wrapper path in the current path...

I've just downloaded 3.4 from Atlassian's website. The wrapper is located in Bamboo/wrapper/wrapper , like it should. Have you made any alterations to your install?

In any case, the wrapper in Bamboo server install is a 32bit program. If you want to use the wrapper on 64bit, as a workaround, you can take the binaries (program and library) from the Bamboo Agent:

Bamboo/webapp/admin/agent/atlassian-bamboo-agent-installer-3.4.jar unser arch/linux/x86_64

Alternatively, you can use some other means of monitoring the server, like daemontools's 'service' command

Hello, I seems I made a big mistake, /opt/atlassian/Bamboo/wrapper/wrapper exists and this is what I get from ldd /opt/atlassian/Bamboo/wrapper/wrapper "not a dynamic executable"

Doesn't sound all that terrible to me ;-) You still need to follow one of the approaches I've described to get it running.

well I will just use bamboo.sh, all the other stuff sounds mor complicated to me, but I think it should support 64bit out of the box and not make the user to bother with it's setup more than it's use...

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