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Could not find or load main class when test disk speed

Hi,

I want test disk speed JIRA server. When i run 

java -Djava.io.tmpdir=<index directory> -jar support-tools.jar

 According to the link below:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/kb/test-disk-access-speed-for-jira-server-performance-troubleshooting-818577561.html

I see the error as shown below:

error.png

 

Could not find or load main class Files\Atlassian\Application

I putted the  in I put the support-tools.jar in the following path

E:\program files\atlassian\applicationdata\jira\cashes\indexes


How can i resolve it?

 

Regards

GG

4 answers

Put the full path for support.jar

java -Djava.io.tmpdir="E:\program files\atlassian\applicationdata\jira\caches\indexes" -jar "E:\program files\atlassian\applicationdata\jira\caches\indexes\support-tools.jar" 

Put the index directory path in "" as your path have spaces. For eg. 

java -Djava.io.tmpdir="E:\program files\atlassian\applicationdata\jira\caches\indexes" -jar support-tools.jar

Done! Thanks 

That is ok. but i recieve another error "unable to access support.jar"

What is problem?

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