I have created 2 JIRA instances on using single port (8080) and with different ip addresses.
(like 10.10.10.11:8080 and 10.10.10.12:8080) I need below information.
1) can same user jump across these 2 instances.If yes please send steps.
2) Can we update,delete projects across these 2 instances.I mean instance 1 user accessing instance 2 project data etc).
JIRA has DataCenter version - you can individually access nodes/instances with the same ID , update projects from any instance and see it on the other instance as well.
But , I am sure when you are using data center - you would not want to access instances individually ( though you can ) but via one single DNS or url.
Yet - you can also have two different urls or two different nodes I guess.
I have JIRA server setup. Using Data center will be lengthy solution. on 2 different server instances one user should be able to login with same credentials and access project data of these 2 different instances. Also we should be able to restrict field level access for users.
Both instances can be used by different teams, for e.g 1 instance for business users.So projects will be different.common user can pull data from one instance to another.Same user can view data , download reports make communication. I am just checking with backbone issue sync plugin.
Looks like You try make 'datacenter' from 'server' https://www.atlassian.com/blog/jira-software/server-vs-data-center-whats-right
Maybe simplest use datacenter?
But interesting question. As experiment (only on test env) make two instances and connect both to one DB and share one file storage.
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