To replicate error, visit: http://ec2-34-232-48-211.compute-1.amazonaws.com:8080/secure/errors.jsp
You'll see this error: Unexpected exception during JIRA startup. This JIRA instance will not be able to recover. Please check the logs for details
Can I please get assistance . . . below the logs
Could you let us know what database version you are running as well as the results of the following from your server:
Thank you! There are many things that can cause the error you were seeing, but if you also happen to find any further errors in your logs please let us know.
Lastly, please also confirm, is this a fresh Jira install or an upgrade? What version are you running?
Thanks . . . using psql (PostgreSQL) 9.5.4
for java -version, the result is:
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (amzn-22.214.171.124.71.amzn1-x86_64 u131-b00)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 24.131-b00, mixed mode)
for echo $JAVA_HOME
EDIT: I haven't deliberately updated Jira . . .but I might have inadvertently updated. In any case, my Jira version is 7.3.5
I am now running what I believe is the correct Java version and unfortunately I am still getting the same error.
You can visit the jira instance here to see the error:
java version "1.8.0_151"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_151-b12)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.151-b12, mixed mode)
I can't really see anything in the logs:
That log has some error about threadlocal . . .could this be it? other than that nothing jumped out
All of the below were empty:
I'd greatly appreciate your continued help to get back into my jira instance . .. I'm very motivated as we have a huge project in there :) Thanks!
The error you get in the browser doesn't tell us much, but it does tell us that Jira has tried to start up and run. In fact, it is running, because it's able to deliver that page! Albeit it's not running enough of itself to do anything else.
There will be details of where it has fallen over in the application log. Look in <jira home>/logs - atlassian-jira.log is usually the most important one to read.
I'm not able to see the error now that Nic was seeing earlier on your site, but his suggestion to check the Jira Application Server Logs is your best bet.
Especially if you are to stop Jira, and start it again, you can follow along in that log file and it will let you know the exact error for why your Jira instance is now not loading.
Please feel free to let us know what you find and if you have any trouble, we can help you.
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