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Is Fisheye:FishEye 3.1.5 is compatible with Crucible:Crucible 3.1.5?

Hi,

I am about to upgrade Crucible from 2.7.8 to 3.1.5.

I found that we have different installer for both Crucible and Fisheye (I thought those as single product).

https://www.atlassian.com/software/fisheye/download

https://www.atlassian.com/software/crucible/download

So I have couple of questions before I start upgrade.

1. What could be the order of instalaltion (First Fisheye then crucible?)

2. Is there any compatibility issue between two. Suppose I upgrade Fisheye to 3.1.5 and keep Crucible to still 2.7.8 for some time. Will that work?

Best Regards,

Arun Kumar

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Nick Atlassian Team Nov 20, 2013

FishEye and Crucible are the same binary, just each has a different name since either can run standalone or with the other.

To answer your questions:

1. What could be the order of instalaltion (First Fisheye then crucible?)

Only install one. It doesn't matter which one, as they are the same. Once installed, your licenses will be detected and the appropriate products will be enabled.

2. Is there any compatibility issue between two. Suppose I upgrade Fisheye to 3.1.5 and keep Crucible to still 2.7.8 for some time. Will that work?

You should not be running two separate instances. You should only have a single instance running which will have both FishEye and Crucible enabled. The product detects your license(s) and enables the appropriate product(s). This means that you when you upgrade both FishEye and Crucible will be at the same version.

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Hi Arun,

Do you have a single instance of FishEye and Crucible or do you have them separated? FishEye and Crucible is technically the same application, appropriate parts of it are logically enabled or disabled depending which licences did you entered. So most likely you are using single instance and then it doesn't really matter wich product you download - crucible or fisheye. You need to upgrade it only once.

By the way you may notice the FishEye and Crucible application bundles differ slightly, but the only difference between them is the branding on the setup wizard.

Also, I would advice you backup your instance before the upgrade, just in case. So if anything goes wrong you can always revert back.

Kind regards,

We have single instance of both FishEye and Crucible.

Hi,

Thanks Piotr and Nick for clarifying the things.

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