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Documentation for FishEye 3.0.x. Documentation for other versions is available too.

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If you have already created internal repositories, you must migrate them when you update the repositories root attribute - see Migrating repositories to a changed root location.

For security reasons, you can not change the path that internal repositories are created under via the FishEye administration UI. Instead, you must edit the config.xml file directly.

Steps to update your repositories root:

  1. Shut down your FishEye server.
  2. Make a backup copy of your config.xml file.
  3. Edit your config.xml and change the repositories-root attribute of the <repository-management> element to the new location. This must be an absolute path to the directory where you wish to store internal repositories created by FishEye.
  4. If you are migrating existing repositories, follow the steps at Migrating repositories to a changed root location.
  5. Migrate any existing backup procedures that you have set up for your managed repositories.
  6. Restart your FishEye server. The new root will be automatically created if it doesn't already exist.

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