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Jira data center upgrade from 7.6.6 to 7.11.2

Deleted user Aug 16, 2018

Hi

We are currently in Jira data center 7.6.6 and because of the latest performance improvements planning of migration to 7.11.2. We are using oracle database

Is it safe to directly upgrade directly from 7.6.6 to 7.11.2 or there is some precautions or further steps that we need to take take.

We really want to use the project archiving feature. Or are there any plan to move this feature to 7.6.X

Note: When migrated recently from 6.X to 7.6 we had to migrate to multiple versions to make it work with Jira and tempo together.

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Andy Nguyen Atlassian Team Aug 16, 2018

Hey Aditya,

Technically and ideally it's possible to upgrade directly from 7.6.6 to 7.11.2.

But I suggest that you carefully refer to Jira Software 7.11.x upgrade notes for any kinds of preparations you're supposed to perform in advance, for example, perform a test upgrade in a test environment.

Cheers,

Andy

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Deleted user Aug 30, 2018

Thanks for the clarification

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