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Jira running on postgresql 12

AWS forced my hand when I took over an environment and upgraded my RDS from 9 to 12.  I'm a bit concerned if I restart any atlassian products they will fail to come up after the upgrade (atm everything is running fine except for the DB check).

What is the best way to remedy this situation?

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Force AWS to go back to a supported platform.

That's facecious - AWS did not force anything, they suggested.  You should be able to say "no" and stick with a supported database for now.  And aske to move back, without AWS questioning it.

So what I am reading is that you think i'm lying?  It feels like this isn't really helping my situation.

No, you're not lying.  There's no question that you're lying, or doing anything wrong - you are not.

You just need to think through your use of Atlassian tools on the various databases you are might use

Aye, the problem is, atlassian tools are already running on postgresql v12 and i want to know how to fix.

You'll need to move back to a supported postgres version.  Ideally, directly, by taking a database export of the v12 one and restoring it into a v9.  But you might want to try the xml export if that won't work.  (Problem with the xml export is that it reads the entire database, so if there are problems with v12, you may lose the data from the export)

yeah, i think i can export to an s3 bucket and maybe back again?  SQL i think had custom stored procs to do that, i wouldn't be surprised if rds postgresql had similar.  I'll check it out.

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