i did upgrade to version 7.13.7 due to the security alert. The upgrade procedure works flawless except that the installer told me at the beginning, that he cannot access some files an i should do the upgrade with sudo. I did so an it worked. Afterwords i recognized, that many files in some folders are owned by root.root and could not be accessed by confluence. confluence could also not start. I then did a chown -R confluence.confluence and confluence could start again.
Can you please tell me if there exists some procedure to check a installation for correct file-permissions / file-owner ?
Hi @Michi ,
Welcome to the community.
Ensure that the following directories can be read and written to by this dedicated user account (e.g. 'confluence'):
Hi @Michi ,
Welcome to the Atlassian Community!!.
Atlassian always recommends starting or off the confluence with the Confluence user. I would suggest you check the user.sh file.
hope this information is helpful.
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