I'm running an evaluation copy of Fisheye 2.10.4 on a Linux box. I restarted Fisheye with bin/stop.sh & bin/start.sh. After restarting it's as if Fisheye lost all its memory. I had to re-enter the license key and disturbingly Fisheye is no longer linked to the repos it indexed previously. I reconnected them and now it's re-indexing from the start of time. How can I avoid having this happening?
2nd part of the question: The reason I restarted Fisheye is because I needed to install the SVNkit client. I followed these instructions which says "restart Fisheye" in the last step. Guess what? After restarting, Fisheye also forgot the configured SVNkit client! So, now I'm stuck in a Catch-22... I'm sure I'm doing something wrong so any pointers are appreciated!
That was it! I had set FISHEYE_INST in /etc/environment but never actually did "export FISHEYE_INST..." Silly me!
Re: SVNkit - Yes I wanted to use it, but thought I still had to point Fisheye at its JAR file (the server -> SVN client entry is blank). In any case, now that I have Fisheye remembering its configuration I'll play with it some more and see what I get...
Everything below is tested on Ubuntu 17.10. I prefer to use Jira in a docker container because: 1. I can install Jira with a couple of commands. 2. I can start and stop Jira just by starting and s...
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