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crowd still pointing towards the old version 2.8.4,but the new version 2.9.1 was already in place

can anyone please help me on this issue, i have crowd 2.9.1 running before the ssl certificate upgrade ,once after the import i restarted the crowd,then it started running with the old version 2.8.4. i have started crowd by going into the crowd-latest folder which is pointing to the latest version,later i came to know that the crowd-latest folder was pointing the crowd old version 2.8.4. now how can i start crowd with the latest version?

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Sounds like you may just need to change the crowd-latest folder symlink to point to 2.9.1

Failing that, step through your setup (dns > reverse proxy > crowd config etc) and re-validate everything. I’ve found it can be very helpful doing this with another person. Talking through the setup is sometimes enough to realize a small config problem.

 

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Hi Craig,

Thanks for your reply, there was one proxy port and url missing in the server.xml after updating that it started working.

After that yesterday when i stopped and restarted for some other changes to take place,it was showing apache tomcat 404 error while loading the url in browser, but the application is up and running at the back end,Could you please suggest what might be the problem?

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