database corrupted ?

Hello i'm having somes trouble with JIRA software, when I go on localhost:8080 it show me this error

"JIRA — Internal Server Error

Error reference: 50f0b4ff-9b56-40ab-917c-f9efb816a271

Unable to render full error details at this time. Please consult the error logs for more information."

While looking in the log file I've found this :

"2016-06-17 15:19:53,886 http-nio-8080-exec-2 ERROR      [NoModule] Could not determine database type.
org.h2.jdbc.JdbcSQLException: File corrupted while reading record: "C:/Program Files/Atlassian/Application Data/JIRA/database/"


Can some one help me ?

best regards,

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Yes, the database is damaged.  I'm afraid your best option is to go and find the last backup, or rebuild your test system from a production one.

Okay thank you

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Are you running JIRA from sdk? You might want to try with different start-up options (bump up the JIRA version a patch version or two) or try a previous known sdk version.

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