I'm trying to merge two jira instances and I have a jira home for each one. How I can merge this two jira homes?
I know that there are three directories I should take care, plugins, caches and attachments (data). (If I'm wrong with something please tell me it, I'll be very gratefull)
What I'm planing to do is keep jira_home 1 and copy the attachments from the other jira home, and the indexes will be generated when I import the projects. I think the plugins are the same so this is not a trouble.
Lot of thanks!
Merging two JIRA instances can be views as moving all the projects with their configuration and data (issues, attachments) from from one of the servers to the other.
Configuraiton Manager for JIRA is the leading tool on the market for this task and it does 95% of the job.
The remaining 5% are what we call gap and conflict analysis. For example user management gaps and conficts. One user John Smith
This gap and conflict analysis needs to be applied for c ustom fields, priorities, statuses, etc.
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Maybe have a look at this KB article about how to merge instances.
There is also a plugin available which you might find interessting:
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