Clean install of Ubuntu 14.04 Server, No Java installed shown to be installed.
I installed JDK 7 (1.7.0_80). Verified this before installation (java -version), set the JAVA_HOME variable.
I installed JIRA just fine. But I happened to go to the Settings > System > Troubleshooting and Support > System Info, and it gives me this:
|Java Vendor||Oracle Corporation|
|JVM Vendor||Oracle Corporation|
|JVM Implementation Version||25.51-b03|
|Java Runtime||Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment|
|Java VM||Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM|
Like, how did 1.8 get on there?
I checked other software it lists, and found another discrepency:
I installed PostgreSQL 9.3.9.
But System info gives:
If you installed the standalone version, it comes with a bundled JRE, which it will use by default. It ignores the
$JAVA_HOME variable, and rather uses
$JRE_HOME. This would explain the differences in the Java version, not so much PostgreSQL though!
If you check
atlassian-jira.log it should have some information about the database on startup, for example:
Loading entityengine.xml from : file:/Users/potatobake/deployments/jira700/atlassian-jira/WEB-INF/classes/entityengine.xml Entity model field type name : postgres72 Entity model schema name : public Database Version : PostgreSQL - 9.1.2 Database Driver : PostgreSQL Native Driver - PostgreSQL 9.0 JDBC4 (build 801) Database URL : jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/jira700 Database JDBC config : postgres72 jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/jira700
If you check that, what does it list?
Yeah, looks like the DB was a mistake on my end. I did a test run installation a couple weeks ago, and I was keeping a log/notes on all the steps I was taking, etc. And I had it written down as 9.3.9. But in the past couple weeks, the repo was updated to 9.3.10, so when I did another run again from scratch, I assumed it would be 9.3.9, when it was 9.3.10.
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