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Fully unattended installation and configuration of Jira in Linux

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I am trying to perform a fully unattended installation of Jira with configuration using the Linux installer, .bin file.

My steps are:

1. Fully complete the configuration of Jira till home page on Server 1

2. Backup the database and put the backup into Server 2

3. Import the backup database into Server 2

4. Run the installation steps thru Chef Cookbook on Server 2 

5. Launch <IPADDRESS>:<PORT> to access once installation completed

Expected Results:
Jira to load up with the configuration done on Server 1, and start in the landing page of Jira

Actual Result:
Jira loaded up with the database, but Server ID has changed, and thus I need another new license key. 

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The same steps were done in Confluence and it works perfectly.
Arriving at the below page once Confluence is started for the first time with the same admin user I have created in the full manual installation.

 

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Would like if anyone can provide assistance on doing the same on Jira. 

1 answer

Hi Mirumi,

 

Not to get your hopes up, but I am currently trying to figure this out as well. Were you able to get around this issue or find a way to achieve a fully unattended installation?

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