I am installing Jira 7.4.1 and Bitbucket 5.2.2 on a server on SLES 12 SP1. I used the .bin file for Jira and it works without any major problems.
I had several problems using the .bin for Bitbucket so I resorted to the manual install file (tar.gz). I have followed the steps written here.
Prerequisites are OK (Git and perl-Error)
I have then followed the guide on how to setup Bitbucket as a service and it works perfectly (after a few more environment variables problems in script set-jre-home.sh. - command line was OK but when started as a service it lost track of the JRE_HOME).
Here is what the service looks like
When I try to reach the application on port 7990 I get a ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT
netstat -pln show port 7990 is listening
Here is the content of the atlassian-bitbucket.log
I have been looking all over the site for answers and I have tried to find other log files that would give me any clue as to what is going on but I can't find anything else.
The install troubleshooting page hasn't been of much use either.
Any help in understanding the problem would be great.
Since netstat shows that something is listening on port 7990 and the logs don't show any errors, can you verify that the firewall allows connections on port 7990?
Also, what is the result of running "curl http://localhost:7990" when on the server?
Alright I believe I might have a clue as to what is happening.
I am reaching my server through a NAT address. This made JIRA's dashboard slow to load (I changed the base url to the real IP and it fixed the problem).
This might be why I can't get bitbucket server to display.
I'll try and investigate this further.
curl now displays HTML when trying locally on the server
I had a 302 error in the atlassian-bitbucket-access.log when I tried without the /setup. It seems that the webserver is unable to do the temporary redirect.
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