Testing Confluence upgrade from 6.14.3 to 6.15.8 on cloned environment and get the following error message:
localadmin@venzsvrconf01:/home/localadmin$ sudo ./atlassian-confluence-6.15.8-x64.bin
Unpacking JRE ...
Starting Installer ...
[all appears ok, then]
Your instance of Confluence is currently being upgraded.
Checking if Confluence has been shutdown...
Backing up the Confluence installation directory
Deleting the previous Confluence installation directory...
Extracting files ...
Could not create this file. Shall I try again?
Yes [y], Cancel [c]
Trying again doesn't work.
|Operating System||Linux 4.4.0-141-generic|
|Application Server||Apache Tomcat/9.0.12|
|Java Vendor||Oracle Corporation|
|JVM Vendor||Oracle Corporation|
|JVM Implementation Version||25.201-b09|
Help much appreciated.
We got the same error on upgrade. Try going to the path and see if it exists
The problem is, symlink for confluence.
Just try this:
Check if the confluence directory (with a symlink is there or not)
$ ll /opt/atlassian
if you cant find confluence directory, create one with the
if you are not able lo go inside the directory, then it must be issue with symlink
$ cd /opt/atlassian/confluence/jre
How to create a new/valid symlink to confluence directory
ln -s confluence atlassian-confluence-6.15.8
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