Unable to start Bitbucket when I enabled JMX

After following this guide, I was unable to start Bitbucket. No error thrown in atlassian-bitbucket.log

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Error wont be shown in general log, instead, watch catalina.out log.

 

For my issue, in catalina.out, it shows that the password file was restricted.

Error: Password file read access must be restricted: /data/atlassian/bitbucket-data/shared/jmx.access

Did a chmod 600 to the jmx.access, and voila, the bitbucket able to be started correctly

Hi Azfar, would you mind spending couple of minutes to answer my question ?

 

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Bitbucket-questions/Bitbucket-Pipeline-unable-to-login-docker-command/qaq-p/648529

I really appreciate that as nobody responses to me so far

Hey mate,

 

Oh man, sorry, dont think can help you much here, have no idea on the docker stuff as well. have you tried seeking help from the Support Team? support.atlassian.com 

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