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AEM 6.5 Bundles in resolved state don't start, no logs being written

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Hi,

 

I have installed bundle, all the dependencies got resolved also but it don't go to Active State.

When I click start on /system/console/bundles on a resolved bundle I got no logs on error.log or upgrade.log or any log I could see, even request.log don't seem to be writing anything. I've changed the log level to trace on all logs but makes no difference.

Please note that on normal usage logs are being written, they are just not writing anything when I click on start on this resolved bundle.

 

I've also try to check some answers on this community, I don't have installed ACS AEM Commons and I don't have a bundle activator configured.

I'm deploying the package using autoInstallPackage of content-package-maven-plugin.

 

I don't have any OSGi unsatisfied state component in my bundle, at least from  /system/console/bundles/bundleX/ I don't have any unresolved or red item.

Last but not least I've already installed a author instance from scratch using AEM 6.5 but the issues seems to persist.

 

So my question is, where can I get some logs or trace what is happening?

Is there any kind of procedures I can follow to check this issue?

 
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After several try and error tentatives I figure out it was related with installation dependencies order.

Defining an alternate order on 

content-package-maven-plugin
configuration/embeddeds/embedded/target/X

was enough to solve my issue.

I couldn't figure out why logs didn't show anything related but I guess that is another topic.

Appreciate If anyone have more details on that.

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@gwenh37601470 

Did you try restarting the instance (already with this bundle issue) and see errors related to this bundle in the logs?

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Yes already did and already did to force install jar from bundle console, but I cannot see any related logs.

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Correct answer by
Level 2

After several try and error tentatives I figure out it was related with installation dependencies order.

Defining an alternate order on 

content-package-maven-plugin
configuration/embeddeds/embedded/target/X

was enough to solve my issue.

I couldn't figure out why logs didn't show anything related but I guess that is another topic.

Appreciate If anyone have more details on that.