Restarted JIRA and failed due to build number inconsistency - 6.03

Restarted server and recevied this error: (before this, had no issue at all)

Failed to start JIRA due to a build number inconsistency.

The data present in your database is newer than the version of JIRA you are trying to startup.

Database version is: 6124

JIRA app version is: 6099

Please use the correct version of JIRA. You are running: 6.0.3#6099-sha1:c2054781884e1c4d112ab9d1ae9f36bba0be0b25

2013-07-27 16:32:13

The database version table entry does show an upgrade to 6124 in a few of the rows, around 6/30, which was when I installed JIRA. Again, until I restarted the server, there were no issues.



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Thanks for those links. However, this is an installed JIRA on Tomcat, and not sure I understand how a mvn clean is supposed to fix this.

the problem with the custom plugins so check your plugin poms

Hmm ... this is an installed version, there are no pom's in the exploded WAR directories. I am not building this thing, running it from a web container.

i am not speaking about jira installation,

i am speaking about custom plugins which you have installed!

did you installed any plugin's in your instance?

yes, but they are in JAR format ... are you saying that they are causing the issues ?

when they were installed (from JIRA plugin management), they had not issues ... but this was the first time i restarted the instance.

This has been resolved. Thanks again for all your help.

if any answer(s)/comments helped to you then don't forgot to accept as a answer/vote up!

if you have your own answer then add it here so it will help to other user aswell!!

This question has been resolved.

Hi all!

I have a similar problem.

I have tried fix it by follow link:

But I don't know where configuration file to edit:


Please tell me where is the file.

I'm using standalone jira.

Thank a lot!

the proble is with your custom plugins? what are the plugins you deployed?

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