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Re: How to restore to previous state after automatic update

CNemo
I got it up and running doing following:

1. Renamed Plugins directory. Did not helped.
2. Installed 1.8 on a box. Did not helped
3. Renamed local copy of JRE and copied one from fresh installation. Reverted back plugins. Started just fine.

Thought I do not know if this set of actions OK and there is better way of fixing this.

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Mark Waite-2
That's good.  You have the system running again.

You'll probably have the exact same problem the next time you (or someone else) updates plugins.  This is a good time to switch to Java 8, and confirm that you have successfully switched to Java 8.

You'll need to install Java 8 on the machine, confirm that Java 8 is the default Java, then find the Jenkins configuration which starts your Jenkins server, confirm it is using Java 8, then verify Java 8 is used from the "System Information" page for the master agent.

Mark Waite

On Thu, Apr 20, 2017 at 8:26 AM CNemo <[hidden email]> wrote:
I got it up and running doing following:

1. Renamed Plugins directory. Did not helped.
2. Installed 1.8 on a box. Did not helped
3. Renamed local copy of JRE and copied one from fresh installation. Reverted back plugins. Started just fine.

Thought I do not know if this set of actions OK and there is better way of fixing this.

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