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Upgrade Jira 8.0.2 to Jira 8.7.1

Hello. I can not upgrade Jira 8.0.2 (SEN-13502134) to Jira 8.7.1. I get massage "Your current database version won't be supported. " What should I do?

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Hi Oleg,
it's hard to say while we do not know any details about your infrastructure - but the error message suggests some relation to the database.

Which database type and which version is currently installed on your server?

Cheers,
Daniel

Hi Daniel,

thank you for your answer. Some base information below.

Tipeh2
JNDI adress DBh2 jdbc:h2:file:/var/atlassian/application-data/jira/database/h2db
URL DBjdbc:h2:file:/var/atlassian/application-data/jira/database/h2db
Version DB1.4.185 (2015-01-16)
Driver DBH2 JDBC Driver 1.4.185 (2015-01-16)

What information is needed additionally?

Daniel Ebers Community Leader Feb 25, 2020

From what I can see your instance is running on the integrated H2 database. I am not sure if upgrades using that database are possible without any friction.

From documentation it is advisable to switch to a supported database (f.e. PostgreSQL in a supported version).

Cheers,
Daniel

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