Has anyone else upgraded from 6.4.x to 7.4.1 and received an health check error about "Base URL for gadgets"?? what does this mean?
my base URL is correct from what i gather.
the context path is set to '/jira' on server.xml.
anyone else experience this?
Here is the snippet from my configuration:
proxyName="jira.jirahost.com" | this matches the base URL on the jira administration page on my installation
Yeah, that confuses a lot of people - there's "Apache" the web-server, and "Tomcat", which is technically "Apache Tomcat", the application server.
Tomcat doesn't do proxying itself, not without a proxying application added to it (which you generally wouldn't do).
Most of us run Jira on a Tomcat located behind a web-server running as a proy. I'm most familiar with Apache, but nginx, lighttpd and IIS all do it, and there are others.
When you're using a proxy, you need to tell Tomcat that a proxy is in use (which looks correct to me) and then tell the proxy what to actually proxy - that's the bit I'd want to check next. For apache, there will be some lines saying "proxypass" in them.
That's exactly the right section. Mine is a little different in structure and says
But I think your structure is an alternative way of saying the same thing. But you're missing the first two lines I've got, and they do matter.
so make mine look like:
Require all granted
on my file, its near the top. you can place it anywhere in the file i'd imagine. this is just a sane way of doing it.
# Occasionally Atlassian Support may recommend that you set some specific JVM arguments. You can use this variable below to do that.
# The following 2 settings control the minimum and maximum given to the JIRA Java virtual machine. In larger JIRA instances, the maximum amount will need to be increased.
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