Hi to all here in this forum:
I’m wondering maybe you can help me with this issue, I did an upgrade on our Bitbucket application (4.14.1 to 5.4.0 running in a RedHat Linux 6.9 Virtual Machine), and the upgrade was successful, (I was able to start and stop the application manually from within the application bin directory /path/to/the/5.4.0/bin -> ./start-bitucket.sh and ./stop-bitbucket.sh)
Then I created a startup script, which lives here -> /etc/init.d/bbtest_service, (bbtest_service is how I named the service) I tested the script several times by stopping and starting bitbucket thru command line (ran as “atlstash” who is Bitbucket’s designated user) as: service bbtest_service stop , service bbtest_service start; The commands I just mentioned worked flawlessly, without a hitch, however as a final test I asked the whole Virtual Machine to be rebooted (because I'm not allowed to be root in the machine)
The VM was rebooted, and so I went into the server to test how operational it was, and when I tried to run from the command line either: service bbtest_service stop or service bbtest_service start, the system would not let me.. for some reason on machine reboots root takes ownership of the process and starts bitbucket, also noticed that some files within Bitbucket’s home directory now are under root’s ownership, which I believe is causing all this problems, however the root of the problem is to determine why it does that.. maybe a setting within the operating system itself? Am at odds with this.
Any help or ideas you might have are always welcome.
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