I would like to know when I should put the robots.txt file on Jira or Confluence standalone instances.
Assume that in this case I do not have a webserver in from of these instances and that they are running in the root directory of the domain, like: "jira.example.com" as opposed to a subdirectory.
Instructions For Standalone Editions On Their Own Domain
- Open your Confluence install directory and save the appropriate file as
\confluence\robots.txt. For example
- Visit your Confluence domain and confirm that the robots.txt is now accessible in the root directory. For example, if your domain is http://confluence.atlassian.com then the file should be accessible at http://confluence.atlassian.com/robots.txt
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