Installing Confluerce on my own Centos 7 Server

I install the Confluerce Server on Centos 7.

Before Installing I install Java and run the confluerce .bin file I downloaded.

I use 2 for Custom Installation and default Port 8090

After Installation I noticed the Confluerce is not running on the server. I told it start and to start on boot. I use the command ./ with no luck.

I install and configure BitBucket without any problems. What did I do wrong when install confluence and Jira Service Server.


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It's hard to say what might have gone wrong with starting your Confluence.

What does the log file say the problem is?  (check <confluence-home>/log and all the files in it)

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