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Hight CPU usage after updating from Bitbucket v6.10.16 to v7.17.4

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We recently updated Bitbucket from v6.10.16 to v7.17.4 and noticed that the CPU is increased by 40%. Initially we thought it was a reindex issue and it needs some time but even after 48 hours and doing reindex twice I see that the CPU is way higher than what it was earlier. For reindex I  deleted the old index and started the index process b curl call. I also have set the -Xms1g-Xmx1g in the homedirectory/shared/search/jvm.options file, which was standard for previous version as well. Any help is greatly appreciated. Please let me know if there is anything I can try out.

 

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It appeared that moving from 6.x to 7.x needed a ES reindexing and surprisingly that  took almost 2 days. That was the  reason CPU was utilized fully. We  ended up  adding temporary CPU to  the server and  when reindex was  complete the CPU   went back to normal.

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