I've racked my brains for days now... here's my problem.
We currently have JIRA 3.13.2 installed on a Windows 2008 server. We're trying to migrate to the latest version and have had some great help from Tech Support regarding the staging of versions... I've got ALMOST everything ready to go...
JIRA (xml) back up
Database back up
Attachments backed up... etc...
The one thing I can't seem to find ANYWHERE on the server is the JIRA home directory. I've tried searching for the files mentioned in the docs ( https://confluence.atlassian.com/x/A4JRCw ) and the sub-directories mentioned in the same article.
They simply don't seem to exist!! Can someone help me?
Corrected the version ... it's 3.13.2
JIRA 3.13 doesn't have the concept of Home directory. This was introduced only in JIRA4.
JIRA 3.13 used to have separate indexes, backups and attachments folders all of which were configured in JIRA and can be found in the System Information.
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