This is quite odd. I installed Bamboo using this guide:
Afterwards, I modified the ports as it asked and started up Bamboo. All was well, then I checked my Confluence and saw it failed to load with this message:
503: Service Temporarily Unavailable
I then noticed that the Confluence java process (tomcat) had been killed. I searched through which files had changed:
[root@swen90013-C bamboo]# find /var/atlassian/application-data/confluence/ -mtime -0.1 /var/atlassian/application-data/confluence/logs/atlassian-confluence.log /var/atlassian/application-data/confluence/index/didyoumean [root@swen90013-C bamboo]#
[root@swen90013-C aramk]# find /opt/atlassian/confluence/ -mtime -1 /opt/atlassian/confluence/logs /opt/atlassian/confluence/logs/localhost.2013-04-02.log /opt/atlassian/confluence/logs/catalina.out /opt/atlassian/confluence/logs/catalina.2013-04-02.log /opt/atlassian/confluence/logs/host-manager.2013-04-02.log /opt/atlassian/confluence/logs/manager.2013-04-02.log /opt/atlassian/confluence/conf /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp/+~JF5539691965213085257.tmp /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp/+~JF1483396561054584346.tmp /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp/+~JF3629011383201427068.tmp /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp/+~JF355316828638181202.tmp /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp/+~JF518905120637013707.tmp /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp/+~JF720759182393898308.tmp /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp/+~JF8465892025386154866.tmp /opt/atlassian/confluence/temp/+~JF410444077936750596.tmp /opt/atlassian/confluence/work /opt/atlassian/confluence/work/catalina.pid
[root@swen90013-C aramk]# find /opt/bamboo/ -type f -mtime -0.1 /opt/bamboo/logs/bamboo.log /opt/bamboo/logs/atlassian-bamboo.log /opt/bamboo/jms-store/bamboo/KahaDB/db.data /opt/bamboo/jms-store/bamboo/KahaDB/db-1.log /opt/bamboo/jms-store/bamboo/KahaDB/db.redo
Unfortunately, the confluence log shows no indication of failure - during the time of the halt there is nothing in atlassian-confluence.log. The same applies to the confluence catalina.out.
So from what I understand, the process was forcefully terminated at some point. The only error in the bamboo logs is this:
2013-04-02 19:54:53,834 WARN [main] [BrokerService] Store limit is 102400 mb, whilst the data directory: /opt/bamboo/jms-store/bamboo/KahaDB only has 789 mb of usable space 2013-04-02 19:54:53,834 ERROR [main] [BrokerService] Temporary Store limit is 51200 mb, whilst the temporary data directory: /opt/bamboo/jms-store/bamboo/tmp_storage only has 789 mb of usable space
If I start confluence, it seems to kill JIRA! And if I start JIRA it kills Bamboo...
Is it the low memory in my VM?
[root@swen90013-C aramk]# free total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 1922632 1834332 88300 0 14984 39252 -/+ buffers/cache: 1780096 142536 Swap: 1268728 941300 327428
What's going on??
you may well be running out of heap. One solution is to grab all required memory for each java process, do this by setting the Minimum Heap and the Maximum Heap to be the same JAVA_OPTS value in the various setenv.sh files. You will then be unable to launch new processes if your OS has insufficient RAM to run them, rather than they dyning randomly depending on load.
Yes, if the OS has swap that will work, but it will run like a dog :) If you are doing a POC , go light, perhaps you can get away with -xms512m -xmx512m, or lower, barely. Use jconsole or jvisualVM to check actual heap usage, you can also tune permgen this way. If you are running on a remote VM, tunnel X with 'ssh -X' to allow jconsole to be executed remotely.
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