Hi @Nataliia Pavlenko ,
i'm assuming you are using a Server/Datacenter setup (your tags mention a lot of cloud)?
Could you maybe elaborate a bit on the issue (a screenshot could help but also more words describing what is going on/what you've already tried/...)
If so, did you also enable the right connectors on your tomcat configuration (server.xml) for https?
Hi @Dirk Ronsmans ,
I do this :
Then I edit the HTTPS connector so that it has the parameters that point to the KeyStore in server.xml and run start-jira.sh
When jira started, she's stay only this
No, don't copy your old file. You actually have to use the file that comes with the installation and adjust that server.xml connector
Here's the explanation
Well that makes sense.. your connector is 8080 (http) which redirects to 8443 (https)
When you go to http://localhost:8080 are you redirected to HTTPS or it remains HTTP?
If you want only HTTPS, why not just remove the HTTP connector and change the port on your HTTPS connector?
If I were you I'd start fresh with the out of the box server.xml (for the version you currently have) and
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