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Where does Confluence build its temp database on trial installation?

I have finished my evaluation of the software and am interested in establishing a Confluence instance running on my network. I installed Confluence for OSX with a temporary database because I wasn't ready to integrate MySQL at the time of installation. Now that I have MySQL ready I am trying to delete all Confluence directories/files and re-run the installation to a production version. The problem is that every time I build the two directories and launch on localhost to run through the installation wizard, Confluence recognizes the temp DB and loads the administration page. 

How do I properly delete that temp DB? Is there another method to resolve my issue?

Thanks.
Blaine

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Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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Sep 23, 2022

Hi @Blaine ,

H2 db file is store in <confluence-home>/database folder. Take a llok to the following article for more information https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/embedded-h2-database-145098285.html

Fabio

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