That sounds like Bitbucket did not find the database settings in your
bitbucket.properties configuration file. A number of things could be wrong:
BITBUCKET_HOME/shared/bitbucket.propertiesdoes not exist or cannot be read by the server process
bitbucket.propertiesand removed the database settings from it.
If you get stuck, please open a support request at https://support.atlassian.com
Thank you Michael Heemskerk, your answer helped me a lot. I workaround the problem doing the next steps:
1.- The file bitbucket.properties doesn't have Atlassian Bitbucket Windows User Permissions. So I added Read/Write permissions with this user to properties file.
2.- Add a new SQL Server "Bitbucket_New"
3.- Migrate to "Bitbucket_New"
4.- Stop Bitbucket Service
5.- Rename "Bitbucket_New" as "Bitbucket_To_Detele"
6.- Rename original Bitbucket SQL Serve database as "Bitbucket_New"
7.- Start Bitbuckt Service
and Presto! everything is up and running
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