How to start Fisheye and Crucible at boot time

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Purpose

Fisheye and Crucible do not ship with scripts to start Fisheye at system boot time.

System Administration tasks are not supported by Atlassian. These instructions are only provided as a guide and may not be up to date with the latest version of your operating system.

Windows

With a system administrator user, configure a scheduled task to start the instance when the server starts. When prompted to browse for a program, select <FishEye Home Directory>\bin\start.bat.

Linux

  1. Create a new file /etc/init.d/fisheye with the following contents:

    /etc/init.d/fisheye
    #!/bin/bash
    
    # RUN_AS: The user to run fisheye as. Its recommended that you create a separate user account for security reasons
    RUN_AS=fisheye
    
    # FISHEYE_HOME: The path to the FishEye installation. It's recommended to create a symbolic link to the latest version so 
    # the process will still work after upgrades. Be sure to update the symlink itself when upgrading.
    # Example: ln -s /usr/local/atlassian/applications/fisheye/4.2.0 /usr/local/atlassian/applications/fisheye/latest
    FISHEYE_HOME="/usr/local/atlassian/applications/fisheye/latest"
    
    # FISHEYE_INST: The path to store Fisheye data.
    # The line below should be uncommented only if you don't have the environment variables set in /etc/environment file.
    # export FISHEYE_INST="/path/to/fisheye_inst"
    fisheyectl() {
            if [ "x$USER" != "x$RUN_AS" ]; then 
                    su - "$RUN_AS" -c "$FISHEYE_HOME/bin/fisheyectl.sh $1" 
            else 
                    "$FISHEYE_HOME/bin/fisheyectl.sh" "$1"
            fi
    }
    
    case "$1" in 
            start)
                    fisheyectl start
                    ;;
            stop)
                    fisheyectl stop
                    ;;
            restart)
                    fisheyectl stop 
                    sleep 10
                    fisheyectl start
                    ;;
            *)
                    echo "Usage: $0 {start|stop|restart}"
    esac 
    
    exit 0
  2. Change the permissions as follows:

    sudo chmod 755 /etc/init.d/fisheye
  3. Add the script to the start up process:
    1. Ubuntu (and other Debian derivatives):

      sudo update-rc.d fisheye defaults
      Adding system startup for /etc/init.d/FishEye ...
         /etc/rc0.d/K20FishEye -> ../init.d/FishEye
         /etc/rc1.d/K20FishEye -> ../init.d/FishEye
         /etc/rc6.d/K20FishEye -> ../init.d/FishEye
         /etc/rc2.d/S20FishEye -> ../init.d/FishEye
         /etc/rc3.d/S20FishEye -> ../init.d/FishEye
         /etc/rc4.d/S20FishEye -> ../init.d/FishEye
         /etc/rc5.d/S20FishEye -> ../init.d/FishEye
    2. RHEL and derivates:

      chkconfig --add fisheye --level 0356

This will make the instance start automatically when the server is started.

This script has four usage options: StartDebugStatus and Stop.

  • Start is executed by default on server boot.
  • Debug will start the instance with extra debugging information in the logs.
  • Status will tail the logs.
  • Stop will shutdown the instance.

 

 

Did it work? 
To double check if this worked, after rebooting the server, wait a few seconds / minutes to give the Fisheye instance enough time to start and try to reach the instance using a browser from another computer.

Notes

This was tested with Ubuntu 8.10.

Last modified on Jul 31, 2018

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