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How can I disable a health-check?

In earlier versions of Confluence, I disabled the Java health check by:

  • Settings > Manage addons
  • Dropdown > System
  • CTRL+F > Confluence Healthcheck Plugin
  • Click on the + to get the modules
  • Disable confluence.healthcheck.jdk.name

In version 6.11 the Confluence Healthcheck Plugin does not seem to exist anymore. How can I disable a health check ?

Less important: is it possible to do the same from a shell prompt ?

2 answers

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Hi,

 

The plugin is renamed and is called "Atlassian Troubleshooting and Support Tools"

 

Regards

Dave

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Rick Li Atlassian Team Feb 16, 2020

Another system plugin may be related to health check: Atlassian HealthCheck Common Module

It appears in both Jira and Confluence.

In Jira some of the submodules of the above plugin can be disabled by default,

while in Confluence all submodules cannot be disabled by default.

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