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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 1.9.2
    • Fix Version/s: Iteration 01/19 - 01/26, 2.0
    • Component/s: None
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    • Global Rank:
      20597
    • Story Points:
      1

      Description

      So far I'm using Nexus OSS 1.9.2 on Tomcat 7.0.19 under Java 6; 1.6.0_26, to be exact. JAVA_HOME points to the Java 6 installation on my machine when I start Tomcat. Everything works fine.

      Today I installed Java 7 that was released today. With JAVA_HOME pointing to the new Java 7 installation, Nexus won't start anymore when Tomcat is (re-)started. Instead a couple of exceptions are shown in the logs; see attachment.

      1. nexus-startup-error.log
        21 kB
        Thorsten Heit
      2. nexus-startup-error-win32.log
        9 kB
        George Ianuzzi

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          bhanzelmann added a comment -

          ITs succeeded for OSS and PRO with 1.7.0_02.

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          bhanzelmann added a comment - ITs succeeded for OSS and PRO with 1.7.0_02.
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          David Dabbs added a comment -

          Hi Brian. Is the fix to use 1.7.0_02 with latest 1.9.2.x?

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          David Dabbs added a comment - Hi Brian. Is the fix to use 1.7.0_02 with latest 1.9.2.x?
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          Brian Demers added a comment -

          David, you might be able to fudge it by using 1.7.0_02 along with Stuart's suggestion above, but officially we will not support 1.7 until the 2.0 release.

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          Brian Demers added a comment - David, you might be able to fudge it by using 1.7.0_02 along with Stuart's suggestion above, but officially we will not support 1.7 until the 2.0 release.
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          Chris Gebert added a comment -

          Version 1.9.2.4 also will not start under Windows Server 2008 64-bit unless you use the 32-bit wrapper and 32-bit JDK. The community version of Tanuki Wrapper doesn't support 64-bit. It gives the 503 service unavailable error.

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          Chris Gebert added a comment - Version 1.9.2.4 also will not start under Windows Server 2008 64-bit unless you use the 32-bit wrapper and 32-bit JDK. The community version of Tanuki Wrapper doesn't support 64-bit. It gives the 503 service unavailable error.
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          Brian Demers added a comment -

          Not related to this issue:
          Chris, did you try the 64 bit launcher located in <nexus-home>bin/jsw/windows-x86-64/ along with a 64 bit JVM?

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          Brian Demers added a comment - Not related to this issue: Chris, did you try the 64 bit launcher located in <nexus-home>bin/jsw/windows-x86-64/ along with a 64 bit JVM?

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            • Assignee:
              bhanzelmann
              Reporter:
              Thorsten Heit
              Last Updated By:
              Rich Seddon
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