Here we are going to show you a real example of how we upgraded out Atlassian Bitbucket server from 4.14.4 (around April 2017 installation) with the latest version of Atlassian Bitbucket 5.14.0. We use
- using self-hosted instance of Bitbucket 4.14.4
- Linux distro – CentOS 7.
- MySQL server for back-end. So there is a jdbc mysql driver (which should be installed after the upgrade).
- NGINX is used as proxy for our main HTTPS url. So we have changed our default configuration in server (in sever.xml).
- Bitbucket is loaded from a URL/bitbucket – “https://dev.example.com/bitbucket/”. So we have changed our default configuration (in sever.xml).
and you’ll see there are some pitfalls you can avoid if you follow our article. The latest git program in CentOS 7 is 1.8 and is not compatible with the new Atlassian Bitbucket 5.x, so we need to solve this problem before updating the server. Check out the official upgrade page here
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