Right now I am using :
Versions and licenses
JIRA Software 7.1.10
JIRA Core 7.1.1
I have received the following warning in my JIRA.
WarningEnd of Life.
Checks if the running version of JIRA is approaching, or has reached End of Life.
JIRA version 7.1.x is approaching End Of Life. Please plan to upgrade JIRA within 184 days.
In my setup IRA is using the H2 embedded database.
From my investigation the message is showing I need to upgrade my JIRA version.
Can you please provide the step by step procedure to upgrade my JIRA version. Which version i need to upgrade. Since the JIRA version is playing an important role in our infrastucture. I am running JIRA,bitbucket and conflunece all in one server.
Atlassian end of life policy:
Get rid of H2 database. It`s not ment for production at all!
Atlassian has pretty good documentatation regarding upgrades.
This check really is just to warn you that you are going to be unsupported in a few months. It does nothing else and nothing will stop working if you let it expire. If you wish to retain full support, start planning an upgrade. Probably to 7.4, but the exact choice is up to you (read the release notes first). Docs are at https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver074/upgrading-jira-applications-881683260.html
However. You have a much bigger problem. You should NEVER use the H2 database in a production system. It can fail, catastrophically and completely, at random, without warning. (It happened to my dev system on Monday).
Forget upgrades for now. Check you are getting good backups immediately and drop all your other projects so you can move JIRA to a supported database as soon as possible.
While changing the database from H2 embeded to Postgresql I am getting the following message.
bin]# sh config.sh
No JRE_HOME or JAVA_HOME environment variable is set - attempting to just run java command
*** Wrong JVM version! You are running with java version "1.7.0_101" but JIRA requires at least 1.8 to run.
my Java version is
lib]# java -version
java version "1.7.0_101"
I have upgraded my Jira version JIRA 7.4.2. I have converted my H2 embeded db to Postgrsql in my test postgrsql server.
Can I do the following steps to migrate the db.
1. create postgresql user
2. new database.
using the step mentioned here : https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver071/connecting-jira-applications-to-postgresql-802592176.html
3. stop jira server
4. delete dbconfig.xml
5. start Jira server
6. access the jira like and use the postgrsql connection and complete the installation step.
7. FInally restore the converted Postgresql db to to the database.
Please help me on this.
I have run the config.sh file and update the PostgreSQL db connections (Where I have restored the migrated database from H2), But now I am getting the following error messages:
2017-09-20 20:41:32,969 JIRA-Bootstrap ERROR [o.o.c.entity.jdbc.DatabaseUtil] WARNING: Column "ID" of table "jiraaction" of entity "Action" is of type "INT8(19)" in the database, but is defined as type "NUMERIC(18,0)" in the entity definition.
lots of like this error as well as
Error was: org.postgresql.util.PSQLException: ERROR: must be owner of relation clusternode
Ihave created the database using the following command.
CREATE DATABASE jiradb WITH ENCODING 'UNICODE' LC_COLLATE 'C' LC_CTYPE 'C' TEMPLATE template0;
I already granted the user permission to database:
jiradb | postgres | UTF8 | C | C | =Tc/postgres +
| | | | | postgres=CTc/postgres +
| | | | | jiradbuser=CTc/postgres
This seems to be an issue with my JIRA postgresql database creation and its permission. Can you please provide some light on this.
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