I am currently attempting to evaluate Jira running on Ubuntu. I have made some mistakes and want to uninstall and start again from scratch.
I cannot find any doc that details an uninstall procedure. Google does not help. I cannot log a support call, it will not let me login with the username and password that gave me the key. I pretty much can't do anything at the moment. Any help would be appreciated.
Depends on how you've installed it, but Linux is a lot cleaner than windows. There's no messing around with services, registries or system settings to get Jira to work - you can simply work backwards through what you did to install it to work out what needs to go.
e.g. if you downloaded standalone and installed it under /opt/jira and put the jira.home as /data/jira, then just delete those two directories and you're done. If you added it to system startup, or created scripts outside the install directories, you'll need to do that too, but the install won't have created them for you.
If you started out with the standalone install as Nick says, but if you specifically used the derby database for 'eval' you can just remove the $JIRA_HOME/database folder, restart and you're back to square one. Sometimes its useful to do a backup when you get to a useful configured state. If you configured up an external database, just wipe the $JIRA_HOME/home folder.
Well this might not be a clean way to do it, but it works for me -- I basically uninstall it via window services, delete any leftover folders/files created by JIRA (for Windows, it's under Program Files\Atlassian) and then reinstall it from scratch. For linux, I am sure you can just delete the folders and then reinstall everything. Again, not a clean way, but it works for me at least.
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