- Jira works by default with port 8080, but you can change it
- Port 8080 must be opened in your router for remote connections (Port forwarding)
- Validate that Jira is listening on the right port by using:
netstat -and | grep 8080
After finishing installation you will be able to remote connect JIRA by using the following URL:
Few more issues:
- When using SSL connection for JIRA Mail Server you will have to use JNDI. Please see here.
When you are seeing 404 page with the following message: "description The requested resource () is not available. smtp" you have to check 2 things:
Remove lock file from JIRA_INSTALLED_PATH/.jira-home.lock (rm -rf .jira-home.lock)
- Remove DB lock, filename: jiradb.lck which you may find in JIRA_HOME/database/jiradb.lck
- Before you stop & start JIRA server I will advice to check your process (ps -f) seems that JIRA log keep working after you stop JIRA.
I will probably add more information in the future, when I will meet new problems that I think you should know about.
If you'll have any suggestion or problems you are welcome to write your comments or try #atlassian on irc.freenode.org.