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Localhost:8090 no longer available


I installed Confluence Server yesterday and everything was fine.

After shutdown, I powered up the pc again today and I cannot reach the localhost:8090.

The Atlassian service starts and then stops automatically, I checked everything and I did not see anything.

I replicated on a VM and the same happens. It is like after restarting the PC the service is no longer working properly.

Do you know if there is another service that must be running?


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Thanks for answer, solved changing the port.

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SunRiser Atlassian Team Nov 26, 2019

Hello @Jesus_Morales 

Did you install Confluence as a service?

After restarting the server or VM, do you see any java process running for the confluence user?

Why don't you check the log while starting Confluence ?

catalina.out could guide you from where to start when it comes to errors.

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