JIRA WAR errors show in Support Tools for JIRA Standalone

Hello,
after upgrade standalone version of JIRA on several servers I see those (below) problems in Hercules.

After copying/cloning a JIRA WAR instance, JIRA keeps connecting to the wrong database

Best practice to change from WAR to Bin installation


Nothing from instances are not WAR and I make upgrade by own bash scripts (generally only by copying data and configuration files from older instance).

Thanks 

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>After copying/cloning a JIRA WAR instance, JIRA keeps connecting to the wrong database

You are not correcting the entries in the home directory in dbconfig file

>Best practice to change from WAR to Bin installation

Export the data from the WAR installation
Create a new server by using the Binary installer
Import the data you exported

1) This instance is full working. I only copy dbconfig file (and some next conf files and HOME folder) to new location and DB is same, but this and second problem is still showing. 2) I don't use WAR or Bin installer, but this error is strange

There is my upgrade script: http://pastebin.com/qnCLVKFn Now is more complex, by this is version used for upgrades.

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