As the documentation says, follow the links to the mysql driver download site, download it, unpack it and put the driver file in the right place. Restart Jira and try it again (I can't be more specific than pointing you at the documentation because I don't know your system. If you follow the documentation, but amend it to suit your system structure, then it will work fine)
http://ithelpblog.com/itapplications/install-jira-on-centos/follow this link my system will like this i instlal ed jira like this in cli mode after instalation it is jdbc mysql soo iw ant download but there is no cli downloads are not there for centos
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