Is anybody else having trouble with JIRA 7.1.9 and Amazon RDS Postgres 9.3 ?

I'm having some trouble with my JIRA installation. It's a totally fresh installation on an explicitly supported version of Postgres. Very mysterious. Has anybody else come across this?

The exception is an org.ofbiz.core.entity.GenericDataSourceException and it occurs while starting the com.atlassian.jira.cache.monitor.CacheStatisticsMonitor component.

The message is "JIRA Startup Failed" specifically ERROR: relation "public.clusteredjob" does not exist . I have even tried manually installing the schema for this relation, to no avail.

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Just a thought, but have you checked if the version of the JDBC driver you are using is correct?

Thanks Chris. The problem was that in the in dbconfig.xml file I had specified that the database-type parameter was postgres but it needs to be postgres72.

Apparently "postgres72 is the only thing that works". See Jamie Echlin's answer here - Values for database type for Postgresql .

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