The easiest way to do the "copy" is to export your JIRA data to xml, swap the database over to a clean empty new one, as Niclas says, and then import the xml. The xml does report the database it was exported from, but is otherwise completely agnostic - it's designed to be used to change between databases. It even works for unsupported databases (although I would not recommend running unsupported)
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