we are follow below steps to upgrade JIRA from 5.2.11 to 7.1.9
Migrate Data from 5.2 to 6.3 and then 6.3 to 7.1
1) In JIRA 5 - administration - export => file "migration.zip"
2) If doing the MTP:
Stop JIRA 5 (don't stop for test and dry runs)
3) Copy JIRA 5/export/migration.zip to JIRA 6/import/
4) Cleanup this archive to remove unavailable entries (KT*)
1 egrep -v "(QANDAA|QANDAQ|QANDAE|a_text|q_text|TimesheetEntity|TimesheetScheme|Myaa|ReportEntity|ReportScheme|LinkEntity|LinkScheme|WorklogExt|WorklogType|KPlugins|KPluginsCfg|cfgDefaultValue|cfgLDefaultValue|cfgValue|cfgLValue|jjlf_config|jjlf_project|jjlf_category|KListenerSils|JiraCapacityPlan|additionalTaskDescription|testexecutionhistory|KRSSecurity|KBlitzActions)" entities.xml > entities-purged.xml
1) Zip the modified entities.xml file back into a backup file;
Note: If you're running an Unix-based operating system, you can run the below command on a terminal window.
1: mv entities-purged.xml entities.xml ; zip -r MyBackupFile.zip entities.xml activeobjects.xml
Restart the XML restores process;
6) in JIRA 6 - administration - export => file "migration.zip"
7) stop JIRA 6
8) copy JIRA 6/export/migration.zip to JIRA 7/import/
9) in JIRA 7 - administration - restore, override licenses with dev licenses
10) copy content of JIRA 5/data to JIRA 7/data (mainly attachments, small dir with avatars)
11) Set attachment directory : WebGUI => Admin => system => Advanced => attachments => Edit settings => Select Default Directory option
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