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Question about rolling back a JIRA upgrade from version 6.1.6 back to 5.2.8

My Environment for JIRA:  

1. One JIRA server that is a VM (W2K8 R2 Standard) 64-Bit
2. The database for our JIRA environment saves it's data to a database. We use SQL Server 2008 R2 for it.
3. 15-20 JIRA users only in our environment.

I read that there are about 3 different approach to upgrading JIRA. I plan to upgrade using the rapid upgrade method which consist of doing an in place upgrade using the upgrade wizard. I've already tried upgrading in a test environment, and all is well. However, I did not incorporate live data to the testing environment. It was only to test if a bug will be fixed if we upgrade. Since I do trust our vCenter snapshot capabilities, I only plan to revert back to the previous snapshot in the event the upgrade fails, and the JIRA app is no longer functioning properly. If there is a need to rollback, would reverting back the VM (the JIRA server) to a previous snapshot sufficient enough, or would I also need to restore the database as well? Do anyone have any experience with the need to roll back this upgrade?
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5itfaceAuthor Commented:
Also need a link to where I can download JIRA 6.1.6. Thanks.
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5itfaceAuthor Commented:
Never mind, I did the upgrade and it went successfully.
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5itfaceAuthor Commented:
Performed the upgrade myself successfully, even though no one here posted any advice. Is this a site that I would pay for if no one responds?
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