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What paths to update after a Java update?


We are running Fisheye/Crucible on a corporate VM and IT updated the JAVA version to 1.8.X. Crucible won't start anymore since we need to update the paths somewhere... but all the places I've done will not work.

We're running it as a service so I've updated the path on these files:



What other files need me to update the java path?


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Try running echo $JAVA_HOME . Do you see the path that you have set? If so, it should work.

If you don't see the path try to refresh it like source ~/.profile

echo $JAVA_HOME returns nothing but I found my error. My /etc/environment file looked like this:

[root@XXXX bin]# cat /etc/environment





I just had to remove the bin/java, then reload the daemon and then restart the fisheye service.

systemctl daemon-reload

systemctl restart fisheye.service

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