I do sincerely apologise for asking for help on a "free" personal license of Confluence. I use confluence in my day job and kept a free version at home for learning and storing some of own home network design documents.
Anyway, this Confluence server is a docker image (confluence-server:latest) but it was running on the local H2 database. Somewhere on or about the 7th of October I allowed this container to update and now I can't even login to make a backup.
The error I receive when connecting is:
"Can't connect to your H2 database. This may be because your H2 directory is read-only, or you are attempting to upgrade and the H2 version Confluence uses cannot be upgraded directly. If you are attempting to upgrade you will need to migrate your data manually."
"llegalStateException: This store is read-only [1.4.200/2]"
A server log shows the following
"2020-10-12 17:12:25,468 ERROR [http-nio-8090-exec-1] [confluence.setup.johnson.WebAppContextPathCheck] check Bootstrap did not initialize.
2020-10-12 17:12:26,934 ERROR [http-nio-8090-exec-2] [atlassian.confluence.util.AbstractBootstrapHotSwappingFilter] doFilter Could not get swap target filter"
Obviously, I should have migrated to using MySQL or something a while ago, but didn't. I can access the confluence files directly and I also have backup files but these are in ZIP format and the documentation on migrating to an external database mentions making an XML backup first?
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