I'm quite new to stash so this may sound like a stupid question. :-)
I have recently installed Stash 2.12.3 and have run through the processs to install this as a Windows service. However, whenever i restart the server the service stops and Stash fails to start, so i have to go through the process of running the stop_stash then the start_stash batch files. Then stash opens fine and the windows service then stops (its set to automatic)
I am running the windows service as an admin with the relevanr rights. I have also instsalled the service without any issue and changed the relevant dll's to the 64 bit version. I don't belive its a Java issue as the applicatoon starts when the batch file is run and the env variable is set.
Any ideas/advice wouyld be appreciated
Do you have a dedicate user to start Stash service?
Does this user has rights to read/write Stash_Home folder?
You can check the permissions right clicking in the service name and them properties.
There you can set the user who runs the service.
Please give it a try and let me know how it goes.
Also, please check if all steps mentioned on this document were followed:
I had to install the Java JDK (which installs the JRE), and I did so on the C:\Java folder level so there were no space in path issues.
I also set the Stash service to delay start (usually 2 minutes) to allow all services such as MySQL to complete startup.
I found that I had to have system level environment variables for both JAVA_HOME and JAVA_JRE set as listed below in my install notes below.
I also found that the MySQL connector needs to be in a different folder when Stash is started as a service:
Install Java, 64 bit JDK (not JRE) (but with private JRE which comes with the JDK) at
do NOT install with paths which have spaces!
Set up system level environment variables
JAVA_HOME = C:\Java\jdk
JAVA_JRE = C:\Java\jre
Perhaps this might help. I did follow all their recommended steps for creating the user, etc. as it shows in the documentation. Be particularly certain that the user has appropriate rights.
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