Latelly I've installed JIRA on my computer at home, to manage my projects. I've got VMWare Wokrstation with Ubuntu Server 12.04 running there. On this machine I installed latest JIRA version, but it is accessed through virtual machine ip and port.
I would like to set something like http://jira.local:port/, but I'm not sure where I should change, that. I assume, that changing baseURL through JIRA settings interface woun't be enough. Everything has default settings except ports, but they are not the issue.
I assume, that changes should be applied to /opt/atlassian/jira/conf/server.xml + before that change a change should be done in jira system settings for baseURL.
Any errors in my assumptions? If so, then what would be the right way?
Hey Eugene, how you doing? :)
So based on your question, I believe you could set a context path to your 'home' instance (you would have something like: http://vm_address:8080/myjira). But to trully achieve what you want you would need to attach a web server (Apache?) in front of your JIRA so you could publish the IP address into your local network (and have something like: http://jira.local:8080 or even http://jira.localdomain.com). If you liked the context path approach, please check:
Otherwise, if you want to put a web server and have your customized URL, please check:
Let us know how you prefer!
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