i'm trying to setup JIRA and confluence on 1 machine ( AWS services ) and setup reverse proxy, so that i can open jira.mycompany.net and confluence.mycompany.net and be able to have them on 1 machine, on 1 ip.
Using those two manuals :
Following them, step-by-step, but it doesn't work Either it shows me directory listing or error 503, or just plain simple coudln't open webpage.
If i type localhost:port - it works.
Have no idea what i'm doing wrong, can anyone help me with this ?
Ok, the localhost being functional means that JIRA and Confluence are running, so this is purely down to the proxy.
Getting a directory or 503 instead of the application means that the proxy is simply not looking for JIRA or Confluence. As the first document you've mentioned works fine for me, the question has to become "what bit(s) did you do differently to that?"
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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