Migration data from windows to linux leads to URL of windows machine...

Hi,
perhaps you can help me with the following issue, I don't understand:
I was testing for some weeks the youtrack application on my local windows notebook. It's a great tracking-software by the way :-)
Next I wanted to install it on a linux server. A clean Install and run was no problem on debian 7. But the last step, migrating the data from windows to linux gave me some headache... The steps were:

1) Create Backup on Windows Machine (tar.gz)
2) Copy Backup to folder teamsysdata on linux machine
3) Stop Service on linux
4) delete database-files on teamsysdata
5) extract backup
6) assign permissions with chown -R youtrack:youtrack teamsysdata
7) start youtrack server
8) when calling url (track.myserver..) on linux machine i am redirected to the login-window of my window-machine (http://localhost:...)

Am I overlooking something here or is it a bug?

I am using youtrack 5.2.2 (on both machines)

Regards,
Michael
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Hello Michael,

Thank you for your feedback!
Database stores former baseURL.
Please, start YouTrack with
jetbrains.youtrack.baseUrl
prettyPrint();
Java parameter. With this, you set baseURL directly.

Let me know if need any further assistance.
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Hi Andrey,

thank you for your quick answer and the solution: that did the trick!
(for the people who have the same problem, I added the follwing line in the wrapper.conf and restarted the service)

wrapper.java.additional.17=-Djetbrains.youtrack.baseUrl=http://my-server...
prettyPrint();

Regards,
Michael
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Michael,

Great!
Thanks for sharing this useful tip.
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