Due to the vagueries of personnel coming and going at my employer, we purchased licenses for Crucible and Fisheye a few years ago, created an installation, and then didn't use them. We recently purchased a new Crucible (but not FishEye) license. Per the instructions in the Atlassian documentation, I put "Disabled" where I would otherwise have put the FishEye license. Crucible is then supposed to work using some sort of minimalist FishEye replacement.
I downloaded and installed the newest Crucible / FishEye package. After I figured out how to get Windows Services to use the new package (it didn't happen automatically ) I logged in, and found that it was saying that both my repositories were "stopped". When I try to start them, I get the message
Failed to start repository xxx: Problem loading repository 'xxx' - Current repository index for "xxx" is not compatible with your license, please re-index.
Ok, whatever. Except that I can't figure out how to re-index, and can't find anything about it in any Atlassian documentation.
Should I delete the repository from Crucible and re-add it?
I don't have any existing reviews that I need to preserve.
Thanks for any help you can give.
EDIT: Lo and behold I believe I found how to re-index. On the page that lists all the repositories, I click on the name of my repository, and it brings up a page for that. In the left frame is a link for "Maintenance", clicking that brings me to a page with a bunch of "re-index" buttons. I'm clicking them all
Correct - reindexing is on the "Maintentance" tab in repository settings.
You can also use REST API to trigger re-indexing:
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