When restoring FishEye, the source link of FishEye of the source tab of the subject of jira has disappeared.
The following is the actual contents of enforcement.
fisheyectl.sh backup --cache -q -f BKFILE.zip
2. Delete Applicable Repository of FishEye by GUI.
3. Stop Service of FishEye.
The file of 4.1. is restored.
fisheyectl.sh restore -f BKFILE.zip --cache
5. Start Service of FishEye.
6. Renewal of Cash of FishEye Repository of JIRA
The application linkage of JIRA and FishEye sets up Trusted Applications.
The subject key of JIRA is indicated in a comment and sauce is committed (Subversion).
The authority of 'View Issue Source Tab' of the project of the JIRA is 'Developers'.
The user of the setting group of the 'Developers' roll, the user of the repository of FishEye, and the commitment user of Subversion are the same user.
I have same problem. After restoring FishEye, I found that information of activity tab was not restored. I tried re-index the repository, then activity tab of FishEye and souce tab of JIRA were restored.
Because I can't restore index information even though using '--cache' option. I think, had better to report this issue to jira.atlassian.com.
Thank you for the comment.
A FishEye relevance repository >Maintenance>Repository Source Index>Re-Index>Start button >Save button is performed similarly, The link of FishEye was restored to the activity tab of a Issue, and the source tab.
If the cashe option is not attached, is the above-mentioned procedure unnecessary?
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