Synching local Fisheye/Crucible instance to Atlassian hostest instance

Until the cutoff happens I would like to install Fisheye/Crucible locally and keep the repository in synch with the Atlassian hosted instance, something like what is done via svnsynch for Subversion. Is there such a synching process for Fisheye/Crucible? I haven't seen anything mentioned in the Fisheye or Crucible documentation links.



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If you are talking about how to sync the local install with your hosted Fisheye/Crucible, there isn't currently a way to do that where you don't have access to the system at the command line for both instances.

The question is, what is your local instance polling? If nothing else, you should be able to start your polling now if it is publicatlly avaliable.

Well, I think I'll just keep things simple and wait for the switchover and at that point I will copy down a fresh backup and do a restore of that backup instead of loading the data now and dealing with a synch between the two instances. Since the switchover will take place soon I might as well just wait.

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