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Docker Image for Fisheye/Crucibel

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Hello,

I have two questions.

1) Do we have an official Atlassian docker image for Fisheye/Crucibel ?

2) I am in the process of migrating Fisheye from Windows server to Kubernetes.The data needs to be restored and even the database is going to be new. I am facing a challenge here as the restore instructions asks me to run "./fisheyectl.sh restore" command after shutting down the fisheye instance, but since my instance is running in POD in Kubernetes, as soon i shutdown the fisheye instance, the POD will exit and i am not able to run the restore command. Is there any Atlassian way to restore Fisheye/Crucibel backup in Kuberenetes. Please help

Regards,

John

 

2 answers

In case somebody else stumbles upon this question like I did:

1) https://hub.docker.com/r/atlassian/fisheye

 

2) My source was on Linux not Windows but I suppose you could simply migrate to a Linux VM first. Stopping the service inside the container just doesnt work.

I mean you could build your own container where your not starting the Server at all but instead a dummy service.

Once on Linux with the data already in the DB schema you want you can just copy the data to your filesystem, change the FS permissions and mount it into the container.

Hello Team,

Can anyone help me here.

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