i am using Confuence 3.3.
Currently the Plugin repository screen does not display.
In the Plugin manager screen.
I have 2 installed plugins that display an error..There were errors loading this plugin.
The artifact URI file:/D:/Confluence/Data/plugin-cache/1336709009106upload__5599a884_12a48d04d3c__7f93_00000302.tmp is not a valid plugin artifact
How do I remove as when I attempt to uninstall .. It is unsuccessful..
org.springframework.orm.ObjectRetrievalFailureException: Object of class [com.atlassian.confluence.plugin.persistence.PluginData] with identifier [1336709009106upload__5599a884_12a48d04d3c__7f93_00000302.tmp]: not found
Thanks in advance
Confluence stores installed plugins within the PLUGINDATA table in your database, then on startup, deploys them to a cache directory in your home folder. Since you're hitting error with a tmp (cache) file, you should be able to fix these errors by stopping Confluence and clearing out these directories so that they can be rebuilt:
Thanks for the feedback,
I had to shutdown confluence. deleted files as mentioned
But On confluence startup it gives an error message that it is attempting to move the confluence.cfg.tmp file from somewhere and replace the original file in the home folder but it fails here and now returns to non-atomic overwrite.
Thanks for your assistance
You were referring to this WARN message right?
WARN [http-8091-2] [atlassian.config.xml.AbstractDom4jXmlConfigurationPersister] saveDocumentAtomically Unable to move C:\data\confluence42\confluence.cfg.xml5702483264679177867tmp to C:\data\confluence42\confluence.cfg.xml. Falling back to non-atomic overwrite.
If so, this message can safely be ignored and it is nothing to worry about.
If clearing the cache didn't work, you might have a corrupt plugin in your database that's not deploying properly. Since it's using a hashed temp name for the plugin, it might be difficult to track down if you have a lot of installed plugins, but if you have an idea of which plugins that could be causing the problems, first try removing them from Confluence via the Plugins UI. If that doesn't work, you will need to remove the plugins manually.
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