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Old 02-16-2016, 10:47 AM   #1
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Remove Atlassian Fisheye and Crucible Software


Found this older software from Atlassian which filled up a a directory under /opt called Fisheye and Crucible. They haven't been used since 2010 and I want to remove them. I am unable to find documentation on how to remove them. I was at least able to stop Fisheye under /opt/fecru-2.3.1/bin however don't see .sh to remove.

I've searched the Atalassian website and don't see any info on how to do this.

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Are they components of Atlassian?
If you aren't sure, rename them and check Atlassian for outright errors or missing features.
 
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Are they components of Atlassian?
They are part of Atlassian, however another issue is that this VM is cloned from a different environment and Jira wasn't setup correctly. It should have been either turned off or removed before cloning and moving into a different environment.

Fisheye generated a 4GB log file over the weekend and want to remove it to prevent it from doing that again.

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what does this yield:
Code:
rpm -qa | egrep -i "atlassian|fisheye|crucible"
i would contact red-hat and/or atlassian/fisheye/crucible for instructions (presumably you are paying them for support).
 
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My answer hasn't changed.
 
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i would contact red-hat and/or atlassian/fisheye/crucible for instructions (presumably you are paying them for support).
We are only using less then 10 licenses, so the software is free, no support. However I searched their Atlassian Answers and no results at this time.
 
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what does this yield:
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rpm -qa | egrep -i "atlassian|fisheye|crucible"
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None of those packages are installed.
 
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Was advised by Atlassian on one of their forums to delete the directory where the install was done (/opt/fecru-2.3.1). The previous admin really didn't set it up all of the way and there was no back-end database tied to it.

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Glad it worked out.
 
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Glad it worked out.
We'll see.

We've asked users/developers if anyone uses this software of if they know the history and no one responds...

A few months later someone will come to us and say that can't get to Fisheye...

The time/date stamps on the directories were dated 2010...
 
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There's always time to do it over, but never enough to do it correctly.
Probably time to update the source of the clone too.
 
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I could of tarred up the directory and stored it somewhere for safe keeping in case someone came back looking.

However since the software wasn't setup correctly to begin with and there was no backend database setup, and no end users responded if they were using it or what the history of the app was, what's the point?

There was a 4GB log generated that filled up /opt over the weekend was enough motivation for me to take action.
 
  


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