Stash server.xml moved as of v3.8?

The Docs say 

Stash 3.8 and later<Stash home directory>/shared/server.xml

but be default it's still at <Stash installation directory>/conf/server.xml

 

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Jeff Thomas Atlassian Team Sep 04, 2015

If you're using the archive file to install Stash, you'll need to manually move the server.xml into <Stash home directory>/shared. This is mentioned in Step 6 of the installation guide

At this point, feel free to move the server.xml to the shared directory and restart each node, they'll start picking up server.xml from the shared location.

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Is that for a fresh install or an upgrade? Your existing server.xml will not be moved on an upgrade.

This is a brand new Linux environment using atlassian-stash-3.10.2.tar.gz. I'd like to have it in STASH_HOME/shared/server.xml so all the app nodes use the same one.

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