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In Place 5.6 to 6.0 upgrade successful, but issue with Migrating to OAK

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Hi, 

We have successfully upgraded(in-place) our server from AEM 5.6 to AEM 6.0, but are facing issues while migrating from CRX 2 to OAK.

Followed steps listed at http://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-0/deploy/upgrade.html.

  • After completion of the steps and upon starting AEM 6.0 it is throwing ERROR in log as follows:

*INFO* [FelixDispatchQueue] org.apache.felix.framework FrameworkEvent STARTED
                                                  *ERROR* [qtp1755019882-42] org.apache.sling.engine.impl.SlingHttpContext handleSecurity: AuthenticationSupport service missing.Cannot authenticate request.
                                                  *ERROR* [qtp844185476-33] org.apache.sling.engine.impl.SlingHttpContext handleSecurity: Possible reason is missing Repository service.
                                                  Check AuthenticationSupport dependencies.

  • While trying to start the server via quickstart.bat, we are getting the following message on console:

                                                 usage: java -jar crx2oak.jar [path/to/crx/repository] [path/to/repository.xml] [path/to/oak/repository:mongodb://host:port]

  • Upon starting the server via. start.bat, the server starts up but none of the pages are being loaded. Please see the attached snapshots of the same.

We have repeated the whole process for more then 5 times, but no luck.

It would be great if someone could throw some light on this.

Thanks in advance.

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*  Running quickstart picks the first jar file and hence throwing error.  Delete  crx2oak.jar & then start the instance.

*    "Check AuthenticationSupport dependencies" indicates sing authentication modules is not up. Need to investigate why the bundle is not started for your case. For that need logs at time of start up.

*    Can you file support ticket & in that attach all the log files.

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*  Running quickstart picks the first jar file and hence throwing error.  Delete  crx2oak.jar & then start the instance.

*    "Check AuthenticationSupport dependencies" indicates sing authentication modules is not up. Need to investigate why the bundle is not started for your case. For that need logs at time of start up.

*    Can you file support ticket & in that attach all the log files.

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We will get an AEM upgrade expert to help with this issue.