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Unable to configure confluence as a service linux war

Hi All,

I downloaded Confluence and was able to configure it properly with the Confluence installation instructions; I was also able to get to the setup wizard page using localhost:8080... my problem started when I used the recommendation of making confluence to start automatically (as a service)

I follow the following document:

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Start+Confluence+Automatically+on+Linux

I was able to complete all the steps, but not step 8 (starting confluence), I got this error:

[root@vhostxxxx confluence]# //etc/init.d/confluence start

Starting confluence
This account is currently not available.

The confluence user exist in the system, it was succesfully created in step 1

Help with be kindly appreciated

1 answer

Hi There,

To provide a better help to you with this problem I would like to suggest you to raise a support ticket at our support.atlassian.com and attach to the ticket your atlassian-confluence.log, so we can perform a better investigation and provide you a better assistance.

Cheers,

Luiz.

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