Unfortunately, during the installation of Confluence, the same problem always occurs with me. I have recently reinstalled Confluence, it still does not work.
I'm denied the connection to localhost: 8090.
I've already switched off the firewall, but it still does not work. Ports are all unlocked.
The start.bat simply disappears after a few milliseconds without issuing an output.
Actually, I installed Confluence as a service, but I do not see it under Services.
Is there anything going into the log files at all?
<confluence home>/log/atlassian-confluence.log is the first one to check, then <confluence installation>/logs/catalina.out next
If they have nothing being written at all, then the service is completely unable to start. The next test would be a command line shell, changing directory to <confluence install>/bin and issuing "start-confluence.bat" to see what that does.
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