Using lock file in confluence

Hello,

Does Confluence has lock file as in JIRA?

Thanks

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Do you mean a lock file like one that's created once the Tomcat process is running?

If so, then yes. There should be a .pid file under the "work" directory.

But our Confluence doesn't hahe one in working directory.

Do you know how to activate it?

You can set CATALINA_ID in bin/setenv.sh although I suspect it may already be set. It will take effect when you restart Confluence

thanks you a lot.

i'm realy appreciate you help.

No problem at all. Always happy to help!

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