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Hi!

I had Community Bubbles 1.5.2 installed but disabled. I upgraded it to 1.6 and enabled it. Upon entering the Plugins section I found that it said "Errors loading plugin" at the Community Bubbles plugin. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the plugin manually (not via the repository) but to no avail. "There is more information in the logs" it said, and here's the error...

User Profile Display Manager
Error: There was a problem loading the module descriptor: com.adaptavist.confluence.bubbles.users.UserProfileDisplayManagerImpl.<br/>Can not overwrite an existing bean definition: userProfileDisplayManager
User Interest Admin Utils
Error: There was a problem loading the module descriptor: com.adaptavist.confluence.bubbles.userinterest.UserInterestAdminUtils.<br/>Can not overwrite an existing bean definition: userInterestAdminUtils
User Recent Edits Dao
Error: There was a problem loading the descriptor for module 'User Recent Edits Dao' in plugin 'Adaptavist Community Bubbles'. java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: PermGen space

We're running Confluence 3.0.1 and the following custom plugins:
Theme Builder
Excel Plugin
New Code Macro Plugin
Checklist Macros
Advanced Search
Composition plugin
Content Formatting Macros
Copy Space Plugin
Labeling Manager
Page Information Tools
Scaffolding Plugin
Table Plugin

Any ideas?

BR,
Jonas Lindström

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  1. Unknown User (skrebs)

    It looks like two different errors there:

    Can not overwrite an existing bean definition: ********

    I've seen a similar error occasionally during development when the previous version of the plugin doesn't uninstall cleanly.

    The first thing I would try is restarting Confluence. If that doesn't work try following the instructions here for Removing Malfunctioning Plugins

    Error: There was a problem loading the descriptor for module 'User Recent Edits Dao' in plugin 'Adaptavist Community Bubbles'. java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: PermGen space

    You have run out of PermGen memory, which is the location the JVM uses to stores classes that it has loaded. This may be related to the errors you are seeing above, and I would try those fixes first. But if you keep seeing these type of errors you will need to increase the amount of memory that Confluence has when it runs.

    http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Fix%20Out%20of%20Memory%20errors%20by%20Increasing%20Available%20Memory

    1. Unknown User (macandron)

      Thanks, restarting Confluence removed the errors. Plugin's working like a charm! (smile)