I've got a really old, misbehaving JIRA instance being used for "production" quality work, so it has to stay up and have defined change windows/policies. I'm trying to keep the plugins up-to-date (at least), but often, I have to restart the service after an update even if the plugin updater doesn't recommend/require it.
I've scheduled JIRA restarts before using the `at` command in my linux distro. I'd like to schedule a plugin update and a restart together using any other bash/shell commands necessary.
Is this possible?
Also, is there any comprehensive documentation on CLI options for administrators? I couldn't find any.
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