Hi, after setting up an on premise confluence server, new articles can't be createt. I checked the status of collaborative editing, the status of synchrony service is "error".
I already followed the steps in https://confluence.atlassian.com/conf615/troubleshooting-collaborative-editing-967338688.html, i disabled HTTP>HTTPS redirection temporary, the result is the same.
We don't use any load balancers or reverse proxy.
Confluence runs on a Windows Server 2016 Datacenter.
There is no Windows service called *synchrony*.
On port 8091 is no process listening on the confluence server.
Under c:\Program Files\Atlassian\Confluence\logs\ are no synchrony log files.
Currently, there is no antivirus installed on the confluence server.
Thank you for contacting us about this. Happy to help. I just have a few questions for you before we can begin.
Thank you for your help!
thank you for the answer.
1. It's a single node running by itself
3. Can't reproduce it anymore since collaborative editing won't turn on
4. Yesterday i disabled collaborative editing somehow (there happened an error while turning off, telling me that it couldn't be turned off)
,now it can't be enabled anymore. The circle is turning around, and after a few minutes the admin-passwort-promt appears.
Is there a way to send you/attach the log files (few thousand lines).
Apologies for the delay.
To confirm, are you using a Confluence Server license on your Windows Datacenter, or are you using the Confluence Datacenter license? According to the information I have on file, you're running on Confluence Server, but I wanted to be sure.
I'll definitely want to take a look at the stacktrace in your Confluence server log, so you can paste the relevant bit in reply here, or you can use something like Pastebin or Dropbox to send it on over. It might also help if you try to restart Confluence and have a look at the logs when the service tries to start.
yes, we use a confluence server license on a Windows Server 2016 Datacenter edition.
I stopped the confluence service, deleted all logs, started the confluence service and tried to enable colaborative editing (aprox. at 12:20:20).
After the login page appeared again i stopped the confluence service.
Here the logs:
So sorry for the delay, I was teaming up with the local Confluence server team here on your case.
So, the Collaborative Editing (Synchrony) service should appear as a separate JAVA process in the task manager. This runs in parallel to Confluence; the two processes are linked to each other.
If the Synchrony process fails to start for any reason, there are a few things you can try.
If you run through all steps and you still are not able to enable Collaborative Editing, then I will need to see your Confluence Server Logs. (See Working with Confluence Logs for information on where to find that.) The log will be called atlassian-confluence.log. This is different from the logs you sent me earlier.
If you have any trouble, let me know, and I can help you to raise a support ticket.
I disabled and re-enabled the two plugins, cleared the plugin cache, and added the Java Option "-Dsynchrony.proxy.enabled=false".
I use the Windows Service Manger to stop/start Confluence.
Collaborative editing still can't be turned on, there is no java process running in the confluence server.
Here is the atlassian-confluence.log from today
Thank you, Felix,
It seems that it's having trouble connecting via your wiki URL, and you're getting many PKIX path building failed errors.
We want to make sure that you can first connect manually to your URL. You'll want to go onto the Confluence server and ensure that you can connect directly to dvts-wiki:443.
If that works, then we need to check your SSL. You want to be sure that you installed the certificate into the proper truststore. It might be that you have several versions of JAVA running, and you want to be sure that the certificate was installed into the same one as Confluence is using.
The article below will help walk you through the solution for this:
Let us know if you have any trouble running through the steps in that article.
i logged into the confluence server via remote desktop, and then logged into confluence via https://dvts-wiki successfully.
"java SSLPoke dvts-wiki 443" returned an error, i imported the CA public cert into the java keystore and restartet the confluence service.
"java SSLPoke dvts-wiki 443" not returns "Successfully connected". Collaborative Editing still can't be turned on.
Here is the atlassian-confluence.log from today.
Thank you for providing the logs again. It still seems that there is an issue connecting to your server, and it's timing out.
I'm sending all of your logs over to a support ticket now so we can look further. Please check your email for a link to that ticket.
Thank you so much for your patience. Once the issue is resolved, please feel free to come back here and let us know the solution, so it can help other users in the future.
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