The detailed instructions are described here:
For a quick n' dirty procedure, you can:
- Shutdown JIRA on the W2K3 server;
- Backup the JIRA database on W2K3;
- Copy the $JIRA_HOME directory to the W2K8 server;
- Restore the JIRA database on the W2K8;
- Install JIRA on W2K8;
- On W2K8, point the jira.home on $JIRA_INST/atlassian-jira/WEB-INF/classes/jira-application.properties to the location where you copied the $JIRA_HOME from W2K3;
- Edit $JIRA_HOME/dbconfig.xml and fix the new server IP and database;
- Start JIRA on W2K8;
Thank you Tiago and Lucas,
I read the documentation and it appears to be very straightforward. We will move this from a physical environment to a VM in our Cloud. My expectation is that it will be a transparent process. I do want to ask if you are aware of any feedback from clients who did the same migration with the same version of JIRA? If so were there any hiccups?
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