For the hard drive space issue,what is your best recommendation to maintain the oldest JIRA database.
I mean if I run JIRA in 5 years,and just want to keep the closer 1 year data. However ,the other 4 years data will be archive and compress or delete.
My enviroment is
| version | 5.3.11-MariaDB-log |
| version_comment | Source distribution |
| version_compile_machine | x86_64 exit
| storage_engine | InnoDB
| table_type | InnoDB
My Server & system info
8core cpu; 16G RAM; 300G Hard drive
CentOS release 6.4
My JIRA version is v6.3.15#6346-sha1:dbc023d
Set up a second instance of JIRA, export the main JIRA data to XML and import the projects you want to "archive" in the new instance. In the second JIRA, have a read-only permission scheme. Once the data is archived in the second JIRA, delete the projects from the first one.
Do not try to do this at a database level - you need a complete understanding of the structure of the data, and it is far more simple to rely on the export/import stuff which has that built in.
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