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Atlassian JIRA 7.3.0-#73011 - README


Thank you for downloading JIRA 7.3.0. This distribution comes with a built-in Tomcat 8.5.6 application server, so it runs (almost) out of the box.

Brief Install Guide

  1. Install Oracle's (formerly Sun's) Java Development Kit (JDK) or Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.8 or above from:
  2. Set the JAVA_HOME variable to where you installed Java. The Windows and Linux installers will do this for you. See our Installing Java instructions for details.
  3. Set your JIRA Home Directory. Refer to Setting your JIRA Home Directory for details.
  4. Run 'bin\start-jira.bat' (for Windows) or 'bin/' (for Linux/Solaris). Check that there are no errors on the console. See below for troubleshooting advice.
  5. Point your browser at http://localhost:8080. You should see JIRA's Setup Wizard.

Refer to our full documentation on Installing JIRA applications for details.


A common startup problem is when another program has claimed port 8080, which JIRA is configured to run on by default. To avoid this port conflict, JIRA's port can be changed in conf/server.xml.

If you encounter any problems, please create a support request at:


Questions? Try the online documentation, or ask at Atlassian Answers for JIRA.

Happy issue tracking and thank you for using JIRA!
- The Atlassian Team