Installation on isolated network problems

When Jira is installed on an isolated network (unable to get to sites like Atlassian.com), some pages are extremely slow loading because parts of the pages try to go to jira.atlassian.com, which must time out before page can be displayed (for example, the Rapid Board in GreenHopper).

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* Setup a webserver under a virtual host for 'jira.atlassian.com'.

* Redirect all requests to this domain to a single PHP file. This PHP File should only send the status code header 500 and die.

* Edit the /etc/hosts file on your JIRA server and add 'jira.atlassian.com' with the IP address of the webserver

Now your JIRA should get a fast but very negative response and doesn't have to wait for a timeout.

(Not tested by myself)

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