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This page lists the supported platforms for Stash 3.4.x.
See Integrating Stash with Atlassian applications for information about supported versions of JIRA.
Key: = Supported = Deprecated = Not Supported
Pre-installed Java on some AWS EC2 Linux instances might be installed with a subset of features. See SSH server fails to start on AWS EC2 instance for more information.
1.8u0 - 1.8u20
|Apple Mac OS X||(Evaluation only, not supported for production deployment)|
(Not supported for 500+ Enterprise tiers)
|HSQLDB||(bundled; for evaluation only)|
|Microsoft SQL Server / Microsoft SQL Server Express|
MySQL, while supported by Stash, is currently not recommended especially in larger instances, due to inherent performance and deadlock issues that occur in this database engine under heavy load.
Affected systems may experience slow response times, deadlock errors and in extreme cases errors due to running out of database connections. These issues are intrinsic to MySQL (no other database engine supported by Stash shares this behavior) and are due to the way MySQL performs row-level locking in transactions. See http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/innodb-deadlocks.html for some general information on this.
Stash does its best to work around the MySQL behavior - see issues STASH-4517, STASH-4701 and others for example. However, under very heavy load you will generally get better performance with any of the other database engines supported by Stash (such as PostgreSQL which is also freely available) than you will with MySQL.
9.0, 9.1, 9.2, 9.3
|Chrome||Latest stable version supported|
|Firefox||Latest stable version supported|
Latest stable version supported
|Git - server side|
2.0.0 – 2.0.1, 2.0.4+
1.8.0 – 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206+
|Git - client side||1.6.6+|
|Apple Mail||Apple Mail 4|
|iOS Devices||iPhone, iPad|
|Microsoft Outlook||Express, 2007, 2010|
|Outlook.com / Hotmail / Windows Live Mail||Latest|
Stash needs a minimum of 720 MB of free memory to start up. Additional memory is required to support Git operations, depending on the number and frequency of Git operations and the number of users. See Scaling Stash for further discussion of hardware requirements.
Deploying multiple Atlassian applications in a single Tomcat container is not supported. We do not test this configuration and upgrading any of the applications (even for point releases) is likely to break it. Finally, we recommend not deploying any other applications to the same Tomcat container that runs Stash, especially if these other applications have large memory requirements or require additional libraries in Tomcat's
Finally, we recommend not deploying any other applications to the same Tomcat container that runs Stash, especially if these other applications have large memory requirements or require additional libraries in Tomcat's