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How to make MySQL Driver Persistent on Docker Installations



I have had a fairly long look around but I can not see how to make the MySQL Database Driver persistent on the Crowd Docker Image. I have tried adding a volume mapping of /mysql-connector-java-5.1.49-bin.jar:/opt/atlassian/crowd/apache-tomcat/lib/mysql-connector-java-5.1.49-bin.jar but I can't get the server to start when this is in place, I just get: 

Tomcat started.

INFO:root:Generating /opt/atlassian/crowd/apache-tomcat/conf/server.xml from template server.xml.j2

INFO:root:User is currently root. Will downgrade run user to crowd

INFO:root:Running Crowd with command '/bin/su', arguments ['/bin/su', 'crowd', '-c', '/opt/atlassian/crowd/ -fg']

/opt/atlassian/crowd/ 12: [: true: unexpected operator

Existing PID file found during start.

Removing/clearing stale PID file.

 I have set the permissions on the file to 666 which should allow whatever the crowd user is to access the file.


Does anybody know what I might be doing wrong here?





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