IT updated java and the Bitbucket is looking for the old path, any suggestions? Our bitucket server won't start, JIRA is okay.
we updated JAVA_HOME environment path variable but no matter what we do it keeps looking for the old path.
Would you also please confirm which 32 bit or 64 bit of java Bitbucket wants?
IT found where it was hard coded into the registry
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Apache Software Foundation\Procrun 2.0\AtlassianBitbucket\Parameters\Java]
we are on windows 2008 server
the errors kept pointing us to JAVA_HOME but that didn't work.
we updated that value and it seems to be working.
Can you check the env variables of the userid which is running the java process of the application.We faced something similar where we were starting the server as root and setting the root env variable to the latest version of Java where as we used use a different id to run the application.the application had JAVA path hard coded and it used to over ride the roots JAVA path and was picking up the old path
we are on windows 2008 server and were running it with usernames that were both in the administrator group.
I installed it while logged in on my account ~3 months ago
IT updated JAVA late last week
and Monday this week we were trouble shooting debugging on the IT's user account.
again both IT's username and mine are in the administrator group on a windows 2008 server
we were modifying the system environment variables with his username and I verified no user environment variables related to JAVA with my account.
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