We have managed repositories in our Fisheye 2.7.8. We are now upgrading to FishEye 3.1.5.
I know fisheye do not have provision to take backup of managed repositories.
But I recently heard that Fisheye version 3.x do not support managed repository.
Is that true?
FishEye 3.1.5 does not officially support Managed Repositories, though they can still be accessed, however if anything goes wrong there is no support provided by Atlassian.
FishEye 3.2.0 will not start by default if you still have any managed repositories. You can pass FishEye a flag on startup however, to force it to start and the managed repositories will be converted to normal repositories. You will need to update the location of the repository with the new location to where you moved the source of the repo to.
Arun, if you consider migrating your managed repositories elsewhere, there is a migration guide provided: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE/Migration+guide+for+Git+internally+managed+repositories
Hope that helps
Here is the url to the notice
It looks like 3.1.x will support the current managed respository interface, but 3.2 will not.
>> It looks like 3.1.x will support the current managed respository interface, but 3.2 will not.
Yes, that is what my understanding is. Managed repository is deprecated on August 14, 2013.
Statement is: "From 14 August 2013, Atlassian support for internally managed repositories in FishEye will end."
I wondering whether I should continue upgrade from Fisheye 2.7.8 to FishEye 3.1.5 especially since we have managed repositories.
I don't know what it really means Atlassian support will end?
Is that if something goes wrong, Atlassian support will not help us?