Hi all, I am tryng to understand why BitBucket in the server installation needs a External Database.
for example, for install a gitlab instance you dont need to have a database. So I dont understand why BitBucket needs.
Gitlab does require a database, but it just uses an internal one without asking.
Bitbucket lets you choose between external databases so that Atlassian are not re-inventing a wheel and allow you to use the one best supported by your organisation (often avoids having to worry about backups etc)
Thanks for the answer.
So, bitbucket let me use a internal Database, or I am not allowed to use a internal in the server version. Because when I was installing the server it only gives me the option to use an external (internal only for demo purposes) as you can see in the attached image.
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