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From swill <>
Subject [GitHub] cloudstack issue #1938: CLOUDSTACK-9780: Fixed the default JAVA_HOME value t...
Date Fri, 10 Feb 2017 19:49:06 GMT
Github user swill commented on the issue:
    So the short answer is that I ran into this issue when I upgraded and since `jenv` did
not correctly set the `JAVA_HOME` directory, I ran into this, so I don't have a deep understanding
for all the details.  I made this change in my environment and everything worked.  I understand
this is not a good answer, but that is what I have.
    I don't install to that path either, but for some reason it was populated in my environment.
 Can you do an `$ ll /usr/lib/jvm/` and post what you get?  I am curious what it would return.
    Here is the result from my CentOS 6.8 setup.
    The way I see it right now, people WILL run into this issue.  This at least reduces the
number of people who have problems.  

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