Disable "end of life" check



I have Jira/Confluence installations on the same machine. The machine is in DMZ network, and it has no outgoing connection to Internet. When the users log in, they see the message "end of life check failed". Is there a way to disable this warning/check? We do the upgrades every few months manually anyway.

Jira version is 7.3.1


Thanks in advance.

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That one is mildly annoying.  Atlassian look like they're not going to do anything about it, but have a look at the bug report for something very similar.  

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-61781 has a simple "put file on server and restart" workaround to get it to shut up and stop bothering your users.

Thanks, I put some text about 7.3.0 version, lets see how it will be..




according to a comment from december 2016  from https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-61781 it seems to have been fixed in the latest version of the healthcheck plugin, but I have experienced it since then and there are some comments on other tickets confirming this, so you might want to add the JSON file with the EOL date for your version in your home directory :-)

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