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Can I upgrade Jira Software from 7.13.5 (Enterprise Release) to Jira 8.5.2 (Enterprise release) directly?
I'm running on 7.13.5 (Enterprise Release) so Can I straight away upgrade to Jira 8.5.2 (Enterprise release) on one go?
You can upgrade,
but don't forget about testing on test env. :)
Some upgrade notes will help you.
Hi, if you don't have test ENV then it can be quite risky.
But if you have proper backup solution and time window for maintenance at night then you can try it and if something happen then just recover snapshot or something like that.
How big is your instance?
We are using Jira Software 7.7.2 with SQL as Data Source on Windows Server on VMWare
Clone Copy received from IT Team for upgrade. So, my existing environment is same as test environment.
And installed JIRA Software 8.5.1 (Enterprise Release).
And also upgraded the Add-On(s). Discarded some unused plug-in.
No issues observed after completion of installation.
Planning to take downtime for Production server to upgrade.
This method is not suggested directly on production server (based on experts advise).
Experts suggest to upgrade to just before 8.0 version (7.xxx.xx) and then to 8.5.x.
But it worked without any issues.
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