I'm looking to upgrade my 3.5.5 instance to the 4.0 beta.
However, but for the life I me I can neither remember where or find my confluence installation directory.
Is there somewhere in the Administration panel which will identify where this directory is, and if so where?
Alternatively, I'd searched the system to find possible directory paths, and here's the possible locations:
Trying any of these paths in the 4.0 installer returns:
The directory you have selected is not a valid Confluence installation directory.
Running installer (atlassian-confluence-4.0-rc3-x64.bin) in /usr/local/confluence, logged in as root.
Anyone who can point me towards the right install dir for my existing instance, or inform me what idiotic mistake i've made, it would be greatly appreciated.
There's a difference between the 'confluence home' and the 'confluence install' directories. The answer by Dave Dube is for the confluence home directory, which is why the installer is reporting an error.
You want to find the directory called *-std. In the above example, the confluence-install directory is /usr/local/confluence/confluence-3.5.5-std.
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