JIRA requires Oracle's (formerly Sun's) Java Development Kit (JDK) or Java Runtime Environment (JRE) platform to run. Refer to Supported Platforms for details on the Java platform versions that JIRA supports.
Oracle's JDK/JRE can be downloaded from Oracle's website.
Linux distributions frequently have an open-source implementation of Java called GCJ installed. Do not use this Java platform — it is incomplete and JIRA will not run successfully on it.
You can test whether you have the correct Java platform by running
On recent Linux distributions, Oracle's (formerly Sun's) JDK can be installed with a command like
sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk (for Ubuntu).
On some X.org-based distros (eg. Fedora Core 4), you may see an error like this:
If you do, you will need to install the xorg-x11-deprecated-libs package (Fedora) or equivalent (check Google).
JAVA HOME 세팅하기
Once the JDK or JRE is installed, you will need to set the
JAVA_HOME environment variable, whose value is the root directory of the JDK/JRE.
Some JDK/JRE installers set this automatically (check by typing '
echo %JAVA_HOME%' in a Windows command prompt, or '
echo $JAVA_HOME' in a Linux/UNIX console).
If this environment variable is not set on a Windows-based computer, you can set it in the Control Panel using the following procedure:
- Open the Windows 'Advanced' system properties dialog box:
- On Windows XP-based operating systems, right-click on the My Computer icon on your desktop (or via the Start menu), select 'Properties' and click the 'Advanced' tab.
- On Windows 7-based operating systems, right-click the Computer icon on your desktop (or via the Start menu), select 'Properties', click 'Advanced system settings', select 'Properties' and click the 'Advanced' tab.
- Click the Environment Variables button.
- Click one of the New buttons (to define a new environment variable for your user account, or if available, system-wide).
JAVA_HOMEas the variable name and the directory where you installed Java.
The default path for the bundled JRE with JIRA is
C:\Program Files\Atlassian\JIRA\jre. If using a 32-bit install in 64-bit system, this would be
C:\Program Files (x86)\Atlassian\JIRA\jre.
- After clicking the required 'OK' buttons to save your changes, your
JAVA_HOMEenvironment variable should be available in a new command prompt window. If not or if necessary, restart your computer.
JAVA 동작 확인하기
When the above steps have been done correctly, it should be possible to open a DOS prompt and type
%JAVA_HOME%\bin\javac , and see this printed:
If, later on when you try to start JIRA, you get the error Windows cannot find '-Xms128m', it is because you have not correctly set
현재 JIRA Standalone이 작동할 수 있도록 설치하고 있습니다. 아직 다운로드 받지 않았다면 그것을 다운로드하고 인스톨 가이드를 진행하십시오.
일단 설치됐으면 외부 데이터 베이스를 사용할 수 있는 JIRA Standalone을 환경설정하거나 나중에 데이터 베이스를 변경할 수 있습니다.
만약 기존의 app server 와 database로 JIRA를 설치하고 있다면 application server 안내서에 따라 진행한 후 database 안내서에 따라 진행해야 합니다.