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Migrate a Jira server with a running Backbone sync

Sebastian Hesse

Sebastian Hesse Last update: Feb 15, 2019

You can migrate a Jira instance with a running Backbone synchronization to another server.

These steps can result in data loss

If you want 1-to-1 help with migrating your Backbone synchronizations, please reach out to the K15t support team.

Please test this method thoroughly on a test system before on your production system.

  1. Stop all your Backbone synchronizations. This step is important to avoid that Backbone synchronizations are automatically started again as soon as you start your Jira server.
  2. Perform a 'standard' Jira migration. Backbone stores its data in the Jira database and on the file system of your Jira instance. You can find the data under the path Jira-Home/data/backbone-issue-sync. Please copy all folders and files from Backbone's folder to the new Jira home location of your Jira instance.
  3. After migration, start Jira and go to the global list of Backbone synchronizations under Administration > Manage add-ons/apps > Synchronizations. Then update the URLs of all Backbone synchronizations.
  4. Start the synchronizations again.

Good to know

If you perform migrations automatically or copy/clone your Jira instances on a regular basis, you can also use a system property to avoid that Backbone automatically starts all synchronizations after restarting Jira.

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