CONFLUENCE POSTGRES DRIVER
Setting up Postgresql database for Confluence. You must be a registered user to add a comment. My working theory is that since all my containers use the same IP, that of the host machine, it’s like a bad loopback. I already have a fresh minimal Centos 7 installation. I think at the time i had trouble getting it working and just wide opened it to get it working. Before start, you need to decide where to download your resources. I created a script that will do all the steps described on this page and the second part on this page in one place in much easier way.
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So, basically, both apps seem to be running as expected inside their respective containers and are accessible to the outside world, which of course eliminates a whole bunch of possibilities for my issue. Learn more about AUGs. Where should Confluence 6. Up until now I always have used Mysql server for Confluence instances. The solution was to create a custom network and then use the image name in the connection string to PostreSQL container from Confluence container. I usually have my resources in one place.
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Before start, you need to decide where to download your resources. Is there maybe some special method to specify the IP to a container from the same host machine, some nomenclature I’m not aware of?
Preparing PostgreSQL for Confluence on CentOS 7
Unfortunately there are no AUG chapters near you at the moment. Thanks very much to RSloeserwij for the suggestions You can download it from github. I’m getting connection failed errors to be specific: Choose the appropriate installation or upgrade option.
Twitter Google Email Print. Since a docker container is technically not operating on localhost but on its own ip, the current configuration causes PostgreSQL to block any connections postgrds it. The Atlassian Community is here for you.
JIRA and Confluence Setup Part 2: Database Setup
This will install Confluence 6. I also tried some things that I basically knew wouldn’t work 0.
Postgres’s default database template should already have these values set correctly, so you should be able to issue a “normal” create DB statement with encoding specified and get the correct collation out of the box: Start a discussion Great for ongoing dialogue with others in the community. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. It is not recommended for production servers that are open to public. Postgres’s default database template should already have these values set correctly, so you should be able to issue a “normal” create DB statement postyres encoding pistgres and get the correct collation out of the box:.
Setting up Postgresql database for Confluence
I already have a fresh minimal Centos 7 installation. Confluence posttres two TCP ports that are not being used by any other applications on this machine. Hi Dave, Thank you for the quick response! UTF-8′, none of which worked.
Post as a guest Name. Next you need to create a database within PostgreSQL to hold your Confluence data, and a database user with authority to access that database.
Like Be the first to like this. If your version is not supported, please upgrade to a supported version of PostgreSQL before installing Confluence. And that issue is that Confluence can’t talk to PostgreSQL during initial postgree, which is necessary for it to function.
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