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Thanks for the response
I ran the installer as root: sudo ./atlassian-confluence-7.9.1-x64.bin
I selected all the default options
I did not start Confluence at all. The installer did that:
Yet, when I try to access it, I get the Spring Application context error. Based on the above message, I'm not entirely sure why I'm being told my installation of Confluence 7.9.1 is ready and can be accessed by my browser, if in fact, it simply cannot be accessed by my browser.
I have recursively taken ownership of the data and install directories by 'confuser' and have attempted to systemctl start confluence as 'confuser' to no avail.
Thanks for any help you might be able to provide
Ok, you'll need to look at more of the log to see what the top-level error is being caused by.