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Is MySQL 5.7.35 supports JIRA 6.4.6 version

Hello Guys,

 

Currently we are in 6.4.6 version of JIRA and we have planned to upgrade 8.20.x version In this process we need to create the test environment ( exact clone of the production). For this we have MYSQL 5.5.30 DB for JIra production server, so In the process of building test can I directly go for MY SQL 5.7.35 or 5.5.30. Please let me know which of DB (Mysql5.5.30 or 5.7.35) is suitable for 6.4.6 Jira version.

 

 

 

Thanks,

Srikanth

1 answer

Hello @Srikanth ,

 

You can find Supported  platforms between Jira and MySQL directly on this link : 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver0713/supported-platforms-964983071.html

 

You will find all the required information you looking for ;) 

Have a nice day 

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