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  • ERROR - Problem starting FishEye and Crucible: org.apache.lucene.store.LockReleaseFailedException: Cannot forcefully unlock a NativeFSLock which is held by another indexer component: /export/home/fisheye/fecru-2.7.8/cache/globalfe/

ERROR - Problem starting FishEye and Crucible: org.apache.lucene.store.LockReleaseFailedException: Cannot forcefully unlock a NativeFSLock which is held by another indexer component: /export/home/fisheye/fecru-2.7.8/cache/globalfe/

ERROR - Problem starting FishEye and Crucible: org.apache.lucene.store.LockReleaseFailedException: Cannot forcefully unlock a NativeFSLock which is held by another indexer component: /export/home/fisheye/fecru-2.7.8/cache/globalfe/

I get the above error when I start fisheye from the Solaris SMF system. If I start fisheye manually from the command line it starts fine. I really need it to start automatically on boot via the SMF system. How can I get around the above error?

I'm currently starting fisheye as root both ways (in SMF, and on command line).

Thank you.

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Hi

I run into the same problem after upgrading to mySQL and entering the license keys.

I solved it by wiping out the cache:

1. Delete the folder:
<FISHEYE_INST>/var/cache/<Repository_Name>

2. Delete the contents of these folders:
<FISHEYE_INST>/cache/globalfe
<FISHEYE_INST>/cache/cruidx
<FISHEYE_INST>/cache/plugins

3. Start Crucible/Fisheye

Related:

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHKB/Repositories+Stop+Working+after+Updating+the+License

http://confluence.atlassian.com/plugins/viewsource/viewpagesrc.action?pageId=277253670

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