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Building a new server to replace and upgrade existing server. License question

I'm in the process of planning and building a new server to replace our existing Jira server due to the fact that it's running on Ubuntu 14.04 and doesn't want to upgrade cleanly. Given that I will be building this while we are still using the existing Jira server, what should I do for the license?

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If you're on a 25+ user licence, then go to your account, find the Jira licence and look for the developer licence, that will give you a key for your new server so you can test everything before your actual move.

If on 10 users, then you can use evaluation licences.  They will expire, but you should be small enough to get everything tested within the month + 2 extensions they will give you.

When you move, you can take the production licence across, it is in the database and hence export/import data.

Perfect, thank you

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