I plan to upgrade my Confluence installation, currently in version 5.9.7, to the very newest, which seems to be 6.4.
After reading this
I see that there should be a file named confluence.cfg.xml which I should copy over to the new installation. My very problem is that this configuration file does not exist:
find /opt/atlassian/confluence/ -name 'confluence.cfg.xml'
does not show any results. So, I already looked around in my database (a MariaDB 10.0 server) but I do not have any clue where to set it up.
So, how do I perform the upgrade if the configuration file is not present?
The file is present in home directory you are looking in installation directory
try looking in /var/atlassian/confluence
if not there then find where is your home directory https://confluence.atlassian.com/conf54/confluence-administrator-s-guide/configuring-a-confluence-environment/important-directories-and-files/confluence-home-directory
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