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How to change Base URL in server

I updated base url in System->General Configuration but how to update the base url in linux server. Thanks.

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Thomas Deiler Community Leader Feb 14, 2019

Dear @Avi Nash,

normally this is done by the DNS in your system, that assigns a domain name to an IP address. At least you could set this in your local

/etc/hosts

1.2.3.4    mydomain.com

But this can be overwritten by your network.

Note: The base URL must not be equivalent with the FQDN. It could differ. For example

FQDN = mydomain.com

BaseURL = https://mydomain.com/jira

So long

Thomas

Scott Theus Community Leader Feb 20, 2019

@Maksim Smetannikov , Would a reverse proxy cause @Avi Nash 's issue with Marketplace apps as well? (See this thread.) It sounds like it would, but my networking knowledge is slim.

-Scott

Hi @Scott Theus reverse-proxy itself can not cause such a problem as in this thread

The problem is usually the lack of Internet access from the server on which jira is installed.

You proposed the most correct solution to this problem.

I was able to fix the URL issue through the server file in the backend.

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