I have my own server running confluence v4.1 in in shared tomcat6 environment.
Now I want to upgrade to the latest confluence (v6.5) - the Problem is: the old server runs in an shared tomcat6 container and I don't want this for the new version.
So I want a fresh installation of the new version (with its own app-server) and migration of the old data, database, attachements and configuration.
How should I do this?
Welcome to the forum, and thank you for asking about this upgrade during the planning stages. Hopefully we can strategize a smooth upgrade experience.
The recommended path is to
There are a lot of details in these guides:
Naturally, it's best to run through the steps in a testing environment first. Please see the tips in this article: Restoring a Test Instance from Production
If anything in the docs brings up more questions, please post back to this thread, I will be happy to help.
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