I am here to get your help.
I've tried about for all day for what I want to do, but I am now in stuck.
If you guys give me some solutions to so solve the problem, then I really appreciate for that.
I have wanted to transfer to a new server from the original server so I followed the steps below link.
It is from CentOS to CentOS, so I can say both are the same OS although their version is different.
And the version of Confluence is 5.4.1.
The original confluence has used a default database, so at first I wanted to transfer it without an external database.
So I didn't do any of stpes in upper link.
I made zips of home which belongs in '/var/' directory and install which belong in '/opt/' directory.
And then by using 'scp' command, I copied them to the new server which doesn't have an installation of Tomcat which means it is really a new server.
I unzipped them to proper directories that are '/var/' and 'opt'.
Till this, cuz the confluence doesn't use an external database, so I thought I could start the confluence on the new server
But there was one thing I missed.
After searching, I tried something through the below link.
sudo /usr/sbin/useradd --create-home --comment "Account for running Confluence" --shell /bin/bash confluence
I thought after I should shutdown on the original server, I had to execute start-confluence.sh.
So I did.
There are two errors where are located in the different server.
ERROR LogMananger.repositorySelector was null likely due to error in class reloading, using NOPLoggerRepository.
Although my English skill is not good, so I am worried about that I didn't give you guys enough information to understand this problems, but it will be really helpful for me if you guys give me an idea.
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