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JIRA and Fisheye with Subversion

A couple of quick questions for those who many already know the answers.

1) Can JIRA be installed on the same subversion server (running Apache 2.2 with SSL)? Or would it conflict?

2) If I want to use Fisheye to connect to my subversion repositories, do all three products have to live on the same server? Or can I have JIRA and Fisheye live on one server and my subversion live on another server? In other words, can Fisheye reference the subversion repositories if the repositories are located on a different server?

Thanks for you responses.

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Hi Edward,

1. No - there is no reason why they would conflict.

2. There is no need for them to run on the same server. FishEye/Crucible can connect to the remote repository on your Subversion server, and JIRA can then connect to FishEye/Crucible, as long as they can all see each other.

Kind Regards,
Richard Stephens

Hi Edward,

It is best to keep Fisheye and Subversion on the same server as you can add the repositories using file:/// instead of http which makes it much quicker.



Nick Atlassian Team May 23, 2013

Have a look at the first point in

. You can use svnsync to mirror your svn repo onto the same server that FishEye is installed.

1) JIRA is installed on Tomcat - a Java web server.

2) They can all be installed on separate servers if required.

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