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This looks like Java is not installed properly, for the user running Confluence, my guess is that the path to Java is not set up right.
The error is telling us that Java can't find the main class, which is usually down to Java not being set up correctly. It may also be that the application environment is not set up correctly.
I think you need to look at how you built the service - did you use the installer, or worked from a compressed file install?
Thank you for your response :D
I performed these steps in order.
1) Installed java = sudo yum install java-11-openjdk
2) set the home path = sudo vim /etc/environment - JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib*****
3) reloaded home environment = source /etc/environment
4) Installed confluence via bin file / installer
Able to reach localhost:8090 after installation. After I comment out default connector and enable nginx connector, I receive that error message.
Ok, so there's something wrong in the config of the nginx connector.
To debug this, I would start by not commenting out the default connector - you can have many connectors if you want, as long as they are on different ports, so re-enabling the default won't cause you any problems. If the problem goes away, then you know that the nginx connector is the problem.