We're about to upgrade to the latest-and-greatest, but our IT is having doubts about the need to migrate databases between "old" and "new" JIRA.
So we're proposing to do it in a two-stage process: do the install/migration but leave old JIRA available to users while we confirm the new JIRA installation/migration has been successful; then sync the changes users have made in the interim to the new JIRA database before cutting the users over to new JIRA.
The question is: how do we do that "synchronization" step from old JIRA database to new JIRA database?
And the second question is: if GreenHopper affected by any of this?
All wisdom welcome,
First, as about restoring, you may want to refer to the following link that gives a full description about the restoration process:
And if you want to use the database backup, you can backup your old jiraDB, then create a new empty DB and restore the old DB into the new one. After that, point your JIRA instance to the new (restored) DB.
As for the synchronization question, I think some related discussion about it was done here:
Lastly, for the greenhopper, can you elaborate further? As I'm a bit lost here. :)
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