Set up Atlassian Jira on Microsoft SQL Server 2017 with Apache Web Server.
Set up database server
Run all these commands in order on your Centos (OR RHEL) database server.
Remember your database login information for later.
Set up the JIRA application server
Run all these commands in order on your Centos (or RHEL) application server.
Verify that you get a valid response on the localhost…
You might see something like this…
Stop the JIRA service, so that you can make changes to the configuration.
Modify the server.xml on the JIRA application server
change the following text
<Context path=”” to <Context path=”/jira”
Add this to the end of the 8080 connector…
proxyName=”mydomain.com” proxyPort=”443” scheme=”https”/>
Save file and exit using esc :wq
Configure Apache2 Web Server
mydomain.conf is a generic/made up file name. Your sites name is something else within the sites-enabled folder.
Add the following to the mydomain.conf. Replace mydomain.com with your domain. Replace server.myintranetdomain.com with the FQDN of your JIRA application server.
On the application server, start the JIRA service to test that the application is running properly from your domain name.
Navigate to mydomain.com/jira and follow the installation prompts.