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The database, as currently configured, is not accessible

After some updates we now get this message from bitbucket.

The database, as currently configured, is not accessible.
Fehler bei der Anmeldung f�r den Benutzer "jiradb,jdbc.password=xxxxxxx". ClientConnectionId:7122da01-f5b9-4a5a-9234-766604f3d62e

The user name looks wired to me :-) But i have no idea where this comes from. I've replaced the password by xxx. In the original message our db password was displayed. 

Jira and Confluence are working fine.

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It sounds like you might have a damaged configuration file - the text you are getting looks a bit wrong (especially as it appears to be pointing to a jira database instead of a bitbucket one).  Could you check what your config file looks like?   <bitbucket home>/shared/bitbucket.properties

Thanks for the hint. The database name seems to be correct. We use always jiradb as username.

Here the content of the file. Maybe you can see more than I do:

jdbc.driver=com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerDriver
jdbc.url=jdbc:sqlserver://hqsql01:1433;databaseName=Bitbucket;
jdbc.user=jiradb;jdbc.password=xxxx

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We splitted the last line into 2 sperated ones.

And now it works!

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Thank's Daniel, It work's for me too :)

I had a similar error to this. All I had to do was change the file so that it was incorrect and then change it back again. I assume the error was thrown because I upgraded PostgreSQL, making any change to bitbucket.properties seems to give it a nudge along.

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