Fisheye documentation terminology

I need some help in understanding Fisheye upgrade instructions. The documentations says:

1. Shut down your existing FishEye/Crucible server, using bin\stop.bat or bin\stop.sh from the <FishEye home directory>.
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6. Start FishEye/Crucible from the new installation directory by running bin/run.sh. (Use run.bat on Windows.)

So one needs to stop Fisheye using a script in <FishEye home directory> and start Fisheye using a script in new installation directory. I think the new installation directory will also be a new <FishEye home directory>. Is that right?

It would be great if this documentauon gets revised with consistent terminolgy for home and installation directories.

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Apologies for the confusion, basically documentation tries to distinguish home (aka installation) directory from the data (aka instance) directory. Technically it is right, but I can see how installation directory can be confused with the instance directory. I will ask my colleagues to ensure the documentation page is unambiguous.

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