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Latest docker image bitbucket-server:8.1.1 fails to start (JRE_HOME not defined correctly)

Since I use the latest bitbucket-server:8.1.1 image, Bitbucket no longer starts. I get a JDK-related error message and the last commit ea5ff21fb3 (https://bitbucket.org/atlassian-docker/docker-atlassian-bitbucket-server/commits/) is also related to a JDK change. Is that coincidence?

How to reproduce:

docker run --name="bitbucket" -d -p 7990:7990 -p 7999:7999 atlassian/bitbucket-server:8.1.1

That leads to these log entries (docker logs bitbucket):

INFO:root:Running Bitbucket with command '/opt/atlassian/bitbucket/bin/start-bitbucket.sh', arguments ['/opt/atlassian/bitbucket/bin/start-bitbucket.sh', '-fg']
The JRE_HOME environment variable is not defined correctly
This environment variable is needed to run this program
Edit set-jre-home.sh and define JRE_HOME

Startup has been aborted

 

3 answers

It was explicitly written on docker hub bitbucket's page :facepalm
** Use docker version >= 20.10.9. **

Thank you, Ildar! Now I also found in on https://hub.docker.com/r/atlassian/bitbucket-server page, "Overview" section.

It works after Docker engine upgrade 20.10.4 -->20.10.17.

ReplyThis issue started after Atlassian pushed a new container image on the existing tag. which brock all container. i faced the same issue and also found the fix. (a workaround).
An image tag 7.19-jdk11 was pushed to the docker hub 7 months ago, and a day back same image was pushed with some changes, and that cause this issue.

REPOSITORY                 TAG        IMAGE ID     CREATED      SIZE
atlassian/bitbucket-server 7.19-jdk11 00485016b613 33 hours ago 1.2GB
atlassian/bitbucket-server <none> 555d7734717f 7 months ago 1.2GB

Fix
if you have the old working image already downloaded, tag it with some other name and start using it,

docker tag 555d7734717f atlassian/bitbucket-server:7.19.jdk11.working

Image ID: 555d7734717f is working well,
latest Image Id: 00485016b613 is not working

Ravi

Update docker engine and new image will work

We also faced the same issue in 7.21.2 and found that in `set-jre-home.sh` script the if-clause 

if [ -n "$JRE_HOME" ] && [[ -x "$JRE_HOME/bin/java" ]]; then
...

always negative due to [-x "$JRE_HOME/bin/java"] shows the binary is not executable, but it is 

And at the same time, a month ago 7.21.2 deployed well, but now we wanted to deploy it with different properties and faced this issue.

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