I installed a new instance of JIRA just to demo Greenhopper, but, I have been unable to get Greenhopper to work. I get a banner on all JIRA pages GreenHopper is currently unavailable... and various exceptions thrown in the log, such as:
2011-10-28 13:27:15,768 main ERROR sal.core.upgrade.PluginUpgrader Upgrade failed: Attempting to migrate data from Labs ranking table to new ranking table, but new table already contains data.
com.atlassian.greenhopper.upgrade.UpgradeException: Attempting to migrate data from Labs ranking table to new ranking table, but new table already contains data.
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
I just encountered this problem as well. It's a problem with the Agile plugin upgrade. The Agile upgrade worked doing a 4.4->6.1 upgrade, but not 4.4->6.1.1.
It's a known problem and mentioned in the GreenHopper Knowledge database:
Unfortunately, Postgres refused to allow me to remove the Active Objects (AO_*), so I had to bite the bullet and start over again. I'll try JIRA without Agile and then add the latest version of Agile from the plugin manager and hope for the best.
It would be intersting to hear if you managed to remove the active object tables and if that resolved it.
It would seem that my problem was that the Agile/GreenHopper plugin was interrupted during the upgrade. That cause all sorts of nasty side effects.
I restored everything and started from scratch (this was a UAT set-up). The Agile plugin upgrade happens in a background thread and took well over an hour in my case.
It all seems to work OK now, though.
...It's true that there are projects in Jira; but they are merely a way to cut off issues, to tell them apart from other sections of work and to apply rules that are specific to that team (the schemes)....
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