I have a JIRA 6 installation - several people have admined this over time and now I've inherited it.
My one problem is I have several plugins that I cannot delete.
I delete them - they are successfully 'removed' but at some point they re-appear.
I've gone in and manually deleted jars and the plugin cache files. They still popup.
I have a development JIRA install where some (not all) of these plugins show up as well...
Are these 'default' plugins? How can I remove these? I'll never need or use the importer plugin or Hipchat.
Yes, they are default off-the-shelf plugins, which you can perfectly safely disable and ignore them.
I'm trying to imagine why you're determined to remove them quite so completley - in an active state, they'll use a tiny bit of Permgen memory, but if disabled, all they do is take up a tiny fraction of a penny's worth of disk space and they will then do nothing else
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