Hello, based on your analysis of my Jira project log files that I've been using for the past year, I have a corrupted database that is preventing Jira from launching.
So base on this, the steps in the link below are not applicable in my situation: https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver073/automating-jira-application-backups-861253817.html?_ga=2.58666858.1782855819.1545083280-1407227743.1532992602.
At this point all I have are the entities.xml and activeobjects.xml backup files located in the
[app folder]\Atlassian\Application Data\JIRA\export folder.
Are there "complete wipe away and restore from backup" steps or guidelines or best practice that I could follow?
I recommend following up on that thread regarding this and we can help you from there.
I will go ahead now and close this thread as a duplicate.
Thank you for your understanding!
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