Confluence Won't Start After Reboot

I have confluence installed on CentOS 5 using PostgreSQL. It works great until I reboot the system and then I can't get it to start anymore. There are all kinds of connection errors in the logs. Anyone have any ideas?

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What kind of errors do you have? Do you start Postgres *before* Confluence in the rc.d ? I have a lot of ideas - most of them quite bad - but I cannot exercise my bright side unless you really describe your problem.

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What are the connection errors and when do they happen? How are you starting Confluence? Which version have you got installed? Is PostGreSQL server running on the same box? Are you checking that comes up first if you've got all the services starting on boot?

Try reading this first http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html once you have done that stuff then someone would be able to provide a real answer or chances are you will find you answer by following the directions on that page.

Try reading this first http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html once you have done that stuff then someone would be able to provide a real answer or chances are you will find you answer by following the directions on that page.

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