trying to install CQ public instance ?

Mahesh_Vikram

15-10-2015

java -XX:MaxPermSize=256m -Xmx1024M -jar cq5-publish-p4503.jar
Error: Unable to access jarfile cq5-publish-p4503.jar

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

BrijeshY

15-10-2015

Hi Mahesh,

Is your machine 32bit or 64 bit ? because command you are executing is for 64bit machine.

Just try below command it may help you irrespective 32 or 64 bit machine

java -jar  *.jar

Make sure that you are in correct directory of CQ5 installer jar file.

Regards

Brijesh Yadav

Answers (7)

Answers (7)

Sham_HC

15-10-2015

Then it is permission issue or jar file not downloaded completely. Could you place download the fresh jar in the another directory where you have full access & try it out again

Mahesh_Vikram

15-10-2015

Hi Johan, Sham,

Have proper permissions.

ya i am executing the command from the directory jar exists.

jar name and jar file name in the command are same.

Sham_HC

15-10-2015

ALong with Johan recommendation Make sure
    *    The jar file name in command matches with the file system
    *     You are executing the command from directory jar exists.

Ojjis

15-10-2015

A few questions:
1) Are you running it from the correct directory ?
2) Are all the right permissions set for the jar and the folder in which you have it ? 
3) Are you running the publish instance as a user that have the permission to do so ?

It would be good to get some more information of how you have it setup and how you try to start it
Regards
/Johan

Mahesh_Vikram

15-10-2015

Hi Brijesh Yadav,

java -jar cq-author-p4502.jar
Loading quickstart properties: default
Loading quickstart properties: instance
Low-memory action set to fork
Using 32bit VM settings, min.heap=768MB, min permgen=192MB, default fork arguments=[-Xmx768m, -XX:MaxPermSize=192m]
**** WARNING: insufficent heap memory ******************************************
The JVM reports 247 MB but we recommend at least 768 MB +/- 20
Use your JVM's heap size option (like -Xmx768M) to set that size.
Will fork a JVM to get enough memory.
********************************************************************************
**** WARNING: insufficent PermGen memory ***************************************
The JVM MBean:Perm Gen reports 64 MB but we recommend at least 192 MB +/- 20
Use your JVM's PermGen size option (like -XX:MaxPermSize=192M) to set that size.
Will fork a JVM to get enough memory.
********************************************************************************
Available memory below specified limits and low-memory action set to fork, will fork to get enough memory
Preparing to fork JVM, OS name=Linux, isWindows=false
Forking JVM: [/usr/java/jdk1.7.0_09/jre/bin/java, -Xmx768m, -XX:MaxPermSize=192m, -jar, /home/author/cq-author-p4502.jar, -nofork, -pt, CHILD]
Loading quickstart properties: default
Loading quickstart properties: instance
Low-memory action set to fork
Using 32bit VM settings, min.heap=768MB, min permgen=192MB, default fork arguments=[-Xmx768m, -XX:MaxPermSize=192m]
**** WARNING: insufficent heap memory ******************************************
The JVM reports 742 MB but we recommend at least 768 MB +/- 20
Use your JVM's heap size option (like -Xmx768M) to set that size.
Will fork a JVM to get enough memory.
********************************************************************************
The JVM MBean:Perm Gen reports a maximum size of 192 MB, meets our expectation of 192 MB +/- 20
Available memory below specified limits and low-memory action set to fork, will fork to get enough memory
Not forking JVM as -nofork option is set
Setting properties from filename '/home/author/cq-author-p4502.jar'
Option '-quickstart.server.port' set to '4502' from filename cq-author-p4502.jar
Verbose option not active, closing stdin and redirecting stdout and stderr
Redirecting stdout to /home/author/crx-quickstart/logs/stdout.log
Redirecting stderr to /home/author/crx-quickstart/logs/stderr.log