Is it possible to have a working docker image for confluence server with oraclejav and not openjdk ?

You know openjdk is'nst supported. then i dowloaded a jre from oracle java.


sorry but your solutioin does'nt work :


FROM java:openjdk-8-jre


FROM oracle/JDK:8


I downloaded a jre from oracle website.

copied in container. But configure a new jre in alpine is realy hard for me (done for jira-sofware with ubuntu).


Have you got a solution/config how to change the path of the java_home or jre_home in alpine ?


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Ann Worley Atlassian Team Dec 26, 2017

Hi Baptiste,

I understand you are setting the JAVA_HOME variable in Alpine linux to point to the Oracle JRE you installed.

Please see the steps listed under the heading, "What about Oracle JRE/JDK 8?" on this page Smaller Java images with Alpine Linux.

I look forward to hearing whether this method works for you.



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