Seperate user for running stash


Should I use a seperate user for running stash? And does installation mean "to copy the unziped file to some directory"?



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Seb Ruiz Atlassian Team Jul 21, 2012

We always recommend running each product as its own user, however you are not required to. For basic security reasons, it is always beneficial to sandbox each instance which is available publicly.

Yes, Stash simply needs to be extracted to a directory. You can find comprehensive install docs here:

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