How can I find the build number of my JIRA database and change it?
I'm having a problem with my JIRA, it won't start up.
I had JIRA 7.0.10 and I upgraded it to JIRA 7.2.4, (did this on separate local machine) and I didn't make any changes to the entries in the dbconfig.xml to make it into the local Database.
Anyway, I'm getting the following error message:
Failed to start JIRA due to a build number inconsistency. The data present in your database is newer than the version of JIRA you are trying to startup. Database build number: 72006 JIRA app build number: 70120 Please use the correct version of JIRA. You are running: 7.0.10#70120-sha1:37e3d7a6fc4d580639533e7f7c232c925e554a6a
Can you please tell me how to fix this?
How can I make both the build numbers the same?
I fear that my database is connected to my LIVE server, and if the database is restarted, this error would show up and halt the system?
Bear in mind that if you just flip the version number and run an older version of JIRA, you're likely to find that it either
When you have a 7.2.4 database, you must run 7.2.4 or above against it. Downgrades are unsupportable and mostly guaranteed to fail. (You might get away with 7.2.0 -> 7.2.3, but 7.lower is out of the question)
Check the answers here: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/195184
One of the most popular answers to your problem is to set jira.version to match jira.data.version like this:
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