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How to remote debug an already running Jira instance in linux?


I have a jira instance (user setup) running in an ec2 machine.

I have a plugin that is installed in the jira instance. Now I need to remote debug that plugin.

How do I achieve it?

1. Is there any debug port that I can open in the existing jira instance? How do I do it?

2. If there is no port already open for debugging in the jira user instance, how to open one?

3. I do not want to download source code to the ec2 and run atlas-debug. I want to perform remote debug in the existing instance only. Is it even possible?



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A Jira running normally (not with the flags atlas-debug sets)  does not expose any debug functions, they're off by default.

To debug a standard install, you'll need to run it with the same settings that atlas-debug sets.  

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