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where is atlassian-bitbucket.log in 4.13.0?

Guangjie Feng Feb 01, 2017

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: SSH add-on does not load when Bitbucket Server starts

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Michael Heemskerk Atlassian Team Feb 01, 2017

It should be in <BITBUCKET_HOME>/log

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Guangjie Feng Feb 01, 2017

It is not in <BITBUCKET_HOME>/logs/. the following files are under logs

catalina.2017-02-02.log 

host-manager.2017-02-02.log 

manager.2017-02-02.log

catalina.out            

localhost.2017-02-02.log

 

 

Michael Heemskerk Atlassian Team Feb 02, 2017

That's the BITBUCKET_INSTALL directory (where the application is unzipped). BITBUCKET_HOME is where your repository data is stored. 

Guangjie Feng Feb 02, 2017

Thanks @Michael Heemskerk.

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