Question about Apache Tomcat versions and Jira 7.5.1 on CentOS 7 Edited

I am planning on doing a new, clean Jira implementation, using CentOS 7.x (64-bit).

I understand that the Jira installer comes with Apache Tomcat bundled.  My question is, are there any known issues or problems if I use the most current version of Apache Tomcat that comes a part of the CentOS 7.x distro?

If not, does this same hold true across the other pieces of the Atlassian suite stack (Confluence, Crowd, and Bitbucket)?

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Hello.

You are correct that it comes with a bundled version of tomcat. You can find the support platforms here:

This doesn't mean that the application absolutely won't work on a different version of tomcat. It's just that it hasn't been tested sufficiently enough to ensure a well running application.

The same applies for the other Atlassian products. 

Regards,

Steven

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