Confluence upgrade from 5.5.6 to 5.8.18 error messages

During the upgrade Confluence from version 5.5.6 to version 5.8.18

we were hit by the following error messages

 

2016-08-08 15:59:03,222 WARN [Navlink Plugin Executor:thread-10] [atlassian.applinks.core.DefaultApplicationLinkService] retrieveApplicationLink Couldn't find type id for application link with id 6193f0ca-e500-3971-b213-5109ece43a07. Link is corrupted

2016-08-08 15:59:03,223 WARN [Navlink Plugin Executor:thread-10] [atlassian.applinks.core.DefaultApplicationLinkService] retrieveApplicationLink Couldn't find type id for application link with id 58d31eec-0c58-3fac-b2b5-938746a0734a. Link is corrupted

2016-08-08 15:59:03,223 WARN [Navlink Plugin Executor:thread-10] [atlassian.applinks.core.DefaultApplicationLinkService] retrieveApplicationLink Couldn't find type id for application link with id 85af53cc-ba53-3915-b416-f759198bc316. Link is corrupted

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We have a confluence en crowd integration

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Any clues what this means

 

Please help

Thanks a lot

 

 

3 answers

This doesn't look like anything that would stop your application from starting, you didn't include enough of the log file.

Consider opening a ticket with Atlassian at https://support.atlassian.com.

Dear Djung,

As per the error message, XML Site Backup is corrupted specifically on the application link part

Perform upgrade via either of these methods:

Regards,

Siddheshwar

Hi Siddheshwar,

Thanks for your prompt answer

We didn't employ the XML Site Backup techniques to upgrade confluence.

We did performed the manual Upgrade directly on the confluence.

So confluence upgrade process interacts directly with the (Oracle) database and gives this error back

Regards

Djung

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