Trying to reboot JIRA from our Mac server, it keeps coming up with a "locked home directory" error. When we try to remove it with the rm .jira-home.lock command suggested on the FAQ page, Terminal says that "no such file or directory" exists. What's going on and what can we do?
As you can't start Jira, no, because you can't get to any of the screens that would get you a hint.
You'll need to read the logs for the application. They should be somewhere around the startup/stop scripts that you're running, but I can't guarantee that! You may have to resort to a full file system search!
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