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Old 07-15-2015, 08:06 AM   #1
hattori.hanzo
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File not found: CATALINA_PID_FILE=$CF/$INSTALL/work/catalina.pid


I have a script which checks if the is the catalina is still running and its defined at the top of the script

Code:
# Confluence process ID file
CATALINA_PID_FILE=$CF/$INSTALL/work/catalina.pid
but when I run it, it can't find the .pid.

Code:
+ TIME=E
+ CATALINA_PID_FILE=/home/atlassian//work/catalina.pid
+ '[' '!' -e /home/backup/confluence ']'
+ case "$1" in
/home/software/confluence-backup.sh: line 68: /home/atlassian//work/catalina.pid: No such file or directory
+ '[' -s /home/atlassian//work/catalina.pid -a -d /proc/ ']'
++ date
+ DATE='Wed Jul 15 12:52:03 UTC 2015'
Original scripts near bottom of page if anyone is interested.

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Confluence daily backup routine
If you want to use the above script as a subroutine in a daily backup script, you can do so with the following cron script:

Click here to expand...
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https://confluence.atlassian.com/pag...?pageId=195767

Thanks in advance
 
Old 07-15-2015, 11:39 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by hattori.hanzo View Post
I have a script which checks if the is the catalina is still running and its defined at the top of the script

Code:
# Confluence process ID file
CATALINA_PID_FILE=$CF/$INSTALL/work/catalina.pid
but when I run it, it can't find the .pid.

Code:
+ TIME=E
+ CATALINA_PID_FILE=/home/atlassian//work/catalina.pid
+ '[' '!' -e /home/backup/confluence ']'
+ case "$1" in
/home/software/confluence-backup.sh: line 68: /home/atlassian//work/catalina.pid: No such file or directory
+ '[' -s /home/atlassian//work/catalina.pid -a -d /proc/ ']'
++ date
+ DATE='Wed Jul 15 12:52:03 UTC 2015'
Original scripts near bottom of page if anyone is interested.

---
Confluence daily backup routine
If you want to use the above script as a subroutine in a daily backup script, you can do so with the following cron script:

Click here to expand...
---
https://confluence.atlassian.com/pag...?pageId=195767

Thanks in advance
Should there really be TWO slashes (//) in the path? (See above).

Best regards,
HMW
 
  


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