I need to perform an upgrade from jira 3.9.2 to Jira 4.4.5, can I do it direct? or I have to do many Jira upgrades? How many and which versions please?
Do I need any script?
I'll be using sqlserver 2008
Script, no. But I would strongly recommend
Of course, do this in test first! That will tell you how easy (or not) this process is.
hello thanks for the reply, well I'm getting an error installing Jira 3.13,
the doc. of upgrade 3.13 recomended to run this script
ALTER DATABASE jiradb SET READ_COMMITTED_SNAPSHOT ON
SELECT is_read_committed_snapshot_on FROM sys.databases WHERE name= 'jiradb'
I'm getting this error, that does not let me go forward.
Wrong Parameter Usage
Ok, that's not a script, it's a database setting change - are you running that in the database?
I don't know where that error is coming from, it seems to be unrelated to Jira. Maybe if you stepped through what you're doing and told us the handful of steps before you get to that point.
I believe you can upgrade straight to that version. Make sure you've generted your JIRA 4 license key as they key changed. You can see this in my.atlassian.com
The doc is pretty good in helping you through it https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/JIRA+4.4+Upgrade+Notes
Yes, I finally did the upgrade from Jira 3.9.2 to 4.4.5. I had to install the Jira 4.4.5 as a new Jira Instalation in an empty sql server data base, then use the option import data and use the backup that I made for Jira 3.9.2, I added the new license and It works.
Thanks for your help!
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