Bitbucket service fails to start after install, bundled JRE not loaded

Hello I installed Bitbucket server 4.10.1 on CentOS 6 in console mode. Bitbucket also installed the bundlet JRE.

However when I

service atlbitbucket start

I get

Atlassian Bitbucket does not support Java 1.6.0_31.
 Please start the product with Java 8 or greater.

How can I tell Bitbucket to use the bundled JRE?

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Edit: solution

Vishnus question pointed us to the answer:

in

/home/atlbitbucket/.bash_profile

add

JAVA_HOME=/opt/atlassian/bitbucket/4.10.1/jre
PATH=$JAVA_HOME:$PATH:$HOME/bin

Thanks, Vishnu!

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HI Gokhan,

 

  Can you please check the JAVA home in the bashrc profile of the user who is starting the process.It would have been hard coded in his profile which will be overrriden while starting the process

 

Thanks

Vishnu

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