Jira 7 with Postgresql 10 says database not empty

I have a clean install of postgresql 10 and JIRA 7 on RHEL 7. I have created a database in the public schema and given a JIRA user full access to the database and there is nothing in it.
Why is the setup UI telling me the database is not empty when I test the connection?

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I accepted your answer but the link you gave me shows things that will no longer be supported going forward if I am reading it correctly. That means after 7.2, postgresql 9.0 & 9.1 won't be supported? I see on the postgresql site that anything 9.1 and under is EOL'ed https://yum.postgresql.org/repopackages.php

I'm going to go ahead with a 9.6 install because we only need the DB temporarily. I did notice on that page that version 10 is for "crash testing" only. So I definitely shouldn't have gone with 10.

Volodymyr Krupach Community Champion Feb 24, 2017

Sorry, wrong link. Corrected the answer. 10 is not supported. Maximum supported is 9.5.

Ah ok. Well for better or worse 9.6 is working now. It's a temporary setup to get the hang of JIRA. If I see weird things the first person I'll blame is myself and downgrade to 9.5. Thanks again!

To follow up I downgraded to 9.5. There was another problem creating users in the database from the UI side. With 9.5 everything works. Too stubborn to not be stubborn!

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