I'm trying to take my company's knowledge base and port it to confluence cloud from confluence server. I want it to be alongside the JIRA cloud page i've just created. What i've done is create a backup by doing this:
-choose the "gear" -> General Configuration. Scroll all the way down and click Backup and Restore -> Backup attachments -> Backup
Upload it to webdav
I then go to company.atlassian.net and click the "gear" -> General Configuration -> import spaces. I then select the xml file from webdav and click import. It says
Thanks in advance!
Maren here from Atlassian. For anyone running into this same issue, check that you aren't trying to import a full site backup using the space import functionality.
We're excited to share updates to our cloud migration tools since this question was originally posted.
Importantly, we do not recommend using space or site import/export (also known as site or space backup and restore) to move from server to cloud. We've made it even easier and more reliable with the Cloud Migration Assistant for Confluence.
If you're looking to migrate from Confluence Server to cloud, you can find all the information you need to plan, conduct, and optimize your migration at:
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Unfortunately, when you have JIRA+Confluence Cloud instance, you cannot do full site restored in Confluence. You can do full site import in JIRA (whether in instance is JIRA only or JIRA and Confluence), but full site in Confluence only works in Confluence only instances.
There are two options you may want to consider:
It's important to point out that 2 may cause problems with users, as when adding JIRA you'll remove every user added by Confluence. If you want to go for it, make user the usernames and emails in JIRA and Confluence match. Also, any user in Confluence would have to be added via CSV later.
Also, if you go with 2, you should test it first (before destroying your instance).
I hope it was helpful.
Jaime Kirch da Silveira
Atlassian Cloud Support
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