FishEye won't load after migrating the database to PostGreSQL

Configured FishEye, linked to SVN, linked to Jira, all done.

Fisheye complained that DB should not be used for production.

Started migration to PostgreSQL: Connection tested fine, migration was successful, followed with 500 error. Restarted Fisheye - doesn't load at all.

Restarted Server (10min wait) - still same issue.


Removed FishEye, removed database, created new DB, re-installed FishEye, repeated process - same situation - website doesn't load

FishEye: 4.5.0; PostgreSQL: 10

Jira(8080), FishEye(8060) and PostgreSQL are hosted on the same server.


db:fisheyedb, with user jiradbuser with full rights.

1 answer

Hey Marijus.

Looking at your description of the issue, we couldn't help but noticing that you're running PostgreSQL 10 and this may be the root cause of the issue.

The reason why it might be the root cause is that, at this moment Fisheye/Crucible 4.5.0 does not support PostgreSQL 10. You can check all the supported versions of PostgreSQL on the link below

- Fisheye/Crucible 4.5.0 Supported platforms

We'd recomend you installing one of the versions listed there and try and migrate it.


Douglas Gnoato

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