Problem with backup JIRA

 

Hello every body,

I try to restore my config into a new instance of JIRA installed installed in my localhost but it show this error:

I use the command atlas-run-standalone --product JIRA

Also I try by using Docker images like this one for example blacklabelops/jira, but the error still persist.

 

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thank you in advance

Best regards

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It will persist - you're taking JIRA Cloud data and putting it into a JIRA of a lower version than Cloud.

It is just warning you that there may be incompatibilities if your data takes advantage of new features that have been added to Cloud that are not in your target version of JIRA.

It is not an error really, it's red because you really need to read and understand the implications.  Note that the last part of it does not say it can't proceed.

Thanks @Nic Brough [Adaptavist]

but the restore dosn't work. When the restore attempt 12%, JIRA display the message I didn't success to do the restore from my cloud  backup to my JIRA server instance which is localhost. 

Ok, so what error are you getting during the restore?  Are you using the very latest server version of JIRA?

 

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