Crowd sync problem

Yesterday I configured jira to use mod_proxy. So now Jira is accessed via port 80 and not via port 8080 anymore.

Now I can not login to fisheye anymore. In the fisheye_home directory the config.xml file still contains crowd.server.url=http\://hostname\:8080, if I change this to crowd.server.url=http\://hostname fisheye's log ({FISHEYE_HOME}/var/logs/fisheye.out) reports "2012-05-11 11:38:14,042 WARN - Unable to remove any deleted admin groups: Problem communicating with Crowd."

So my crowd (jira) syncronization is totally screwed up. How can I fix this? Can this be fixed without login in to fisheye?

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Try logging in as a local administrator after following

above link allows you to reset the local/default admin password to admin, from there you can reset your user directory and resolve this issue

I just fixed it. I reinstalled fecru, then copied the crowd settings from the new config.xml and then restored it into the old config.xml.

It seems to work, should I expect any problems here?

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