I am running Stash 1.2.4 on RedHat Linux with the database in MySQL. I downloaded Stash 1.3.0, copied the mysql JDBC driver jar into the lib folder and started Stash. STASH_HOME is set in my .bashrc so I didn't need to update setenv.sh. When I try to enter the database information I get the following error.
The target database contains tables which will clash with Stash's tables. For information about how to clean up your databases for use with Stash, please refer to the Stash documentation.
If you continue having issues, get in touch with our support team and we'll help get you up and running.
I don't see any info in the Stash documentation about cleaning up tables or upgrading using an existing external database. Am I missing something?
The JDBC connection details are stored in STASH_HOME/stash-config.properties and since you have not changed your STASH_HOME, Stash 1.3 should be running with your current database already. There is no need to re-enter your database information and it sounds like you're trying to 'migrate' from your current database to the same database?
Please check out https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Stash+upgrade+guide for upgrade instructions.
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