Licence while upgrading

hi,

if i install a new 64bit server, i will get a new server ID.

for new 64bit jira, when jira frist configure, it need a license for process finsih installation. what license do i need to put into new jira? (use trial license or re-generate license)

any license impact for my old 32bit jira?

any suggest for jira license while test migrate from 32bit to 64bit

after i finish question, do i need to close?

thanks a lot

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Pedro Souza Atlassian Team Mar 31, 2014

Hello Jerry,

You should proceed using a Development license for this new test instance. Once you have a comercial license, you can request a Development one at my.atlassian for testing purpose.

After validating and migrating to this new installation, you can proceed changing to the comercial License.

Also, there is no difference regarding the license for 32b or 64b install.

Cheers,

Pedro Souza.

Hi,

For testing I guess you should generate trial license. As far as I know there is no difference regarding license for 32 or 64 bit.

Andris.

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