JIRA / Confluence Server ID’s documentation and TrustedApps

Documentation about how to link JIRA with Confluence like a TrustedApp: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Setting+Up+Trusted+Communication+between+JIRA+and+Confluence How to change the Server ID in a JIRA test environment: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/Changing+Server+ID+for+Test+Installations How to change the Server ID in a CONFLUENCE test environment: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONFKB/How+to+change+the+server+ID+of+Confluence How to create a TrustedApp with duplicate Server IDs:  https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONFKB/Cannot+Create+Trusted+Application+Communication+for+Cloned+Instance Error lost Server ID and TrustedApp: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONFKB/Encountered+_APP_UNKNOWN+Error+When+Using+JIRA+Issues+Macro

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How to Install CONFLUENCE in CLUSTER

This guide covers installing Confluence Data Center, which is a clustered solution, for the first time (with no existing data). If you have an existing Confluence instance, see Moving to Confluence Data Center. 1. Clustering requirements and terminology To run Confluence in a cluster you must: have a clustered license. use a supported external database, operating system…

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How to Cluster Atlassian Server Apps in your Data Center – JIRA, Confluence, Stash with MySQL Galera Cluster

Atlassian apps are widely used by development teams to facilitate software development and collaboration. For larger teams who require enterprise-grade tools, you might want to host the applications in your own data center and cluster them for high availability and performance. In this blog post, we are going to deploy a redundant active-passive setup for…

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Configure Groovy ScriptRunner Logs

Loggin Scripts You can get a long with way with logging statements, which you can do by adjusting the log level, and “tailing” your log file, normally atlassian-jira.log (usually located in the path {JIRA_HOME}/log ). Add the following lines to your log4j.properties (usually located in the path {TOMCAT_ROOT}/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF/classes): If your script fails for some reason…

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