I've performed an upgrade from JIRA 6.0.8 to JIRA 6.2.7 in our test enviroment. Once the upgrade finished I signed in with our admin account (JIRA Interna Directory). Here I notice that I've lost all admin permissions(membership to system administrator group) on this account. I signed in with another account and tried to re-add these permissions and received an "duplicate key"-error. Ran the following sql on the database:
(where I replaced the jira-administrators with the name of my system administrator group) and my admin account showed up in the result. It seems as if the account has the permission assigned but that JIRA somehow can't find it.
This error did not occour on all accounts in JIRA Internal Directory, only this account. The error, as far as I can tell, didn't seem to affect the accounts from our Active Directory.
I've done the basic restart of JIRA but that didn't help. Any suggestions on what might have caused this error and how to solve it is appreciated.
I've looked at that article, that's where I got the SQL query. I know which account is the admin account and I know the password. I can see that the user, according to the db, has system administrator permission. However, when I look at the account in User Management, that Group is not mapped to the user. My guess is, as you say, that something is wrong with the db. I have raised a support ticket at Atlassian to see if they have any idea how this can be solved.
After looking at the table rows in the db more carefully I could see that there was a difference in lower_parent_name column between my admin account and other JIRA Internal Directory accounts. Even though they should be in the same Group according to the value in the parent_id column, the value in the lower_parent_name was different.
To solve this problem I stopped JIRA, updated the value in the lower_parent_name column to match the other JIRA Internal Directory account. After that I started JIRA and everthing worked fine. I was in contact with Atlassian before I did this and this was the solution that they recommended. Remember to try this in a staging enviroment before you do this in production.
My guess is that JIRA performes a join between the tables cwd_membership and cwd_group but not on the ID column. Instead they join on the lower_parent_name.
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