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Error After installing Bitbucket server and Jira Server on same instance. Edited

Sorry newbie question.

I am trying to install bitbucket and jira on same server instance.

But after successful install of one if i install another. First stops working. It starts giving 503 error.

Lets i have installed Bitbucket and after that if i will install Jira. Jira will run fine but bitbucket will stop running and vice versa.

I will very thankful if someone can help me.

edit: i am using reverse proxy.

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Both systems use the same port (443) for https. For you as admin the simple solution is to use different ports. But then your users need to specify the port number as the browsers alway try the standard port only. 

Better but not complex is a reverse proxy. You can uses nginx or any other web server for that. 

A reverse proxy opens the door to the outside word under the port 443 and decides based in the url to which other webserver the request should be delegated. 

So Jira will then be available under https://yourserver/jira and Bitbucket under https://yourserver/bitbucket. 

The reverse proxy can also do the certificate stuff that you need for https while the communication between the proxy and jira/bitbucket/confluence/whatever is plain and simple http.  As far as I know Atlassian products usually come with nginx by default. There is some configuration file (I think it’s called server.xml). You can backup that file before you install the second piece of software and try to merge both version afterwards. In my company I have a guy called Peter who does all the underlying server stuff. So I cannot give you a better advice than this. 

You P.S. came after I started writing. So when you all ready know that you are using a reverse proxy then you have 50% of the work done and you are in the right way. 

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