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I am not able to open the pull request

I am not able to open any of the pull request

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Mateus T
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Aug 23, 2022

Hi @Farheen Javid

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Checking our UI logs for your username, I can see that you have faced a few 500 issues over the last week while viewing Pull Request and, all issues are pointing out to a RequestTimeoutError.

In this case, I believe that the Pull Requests that you are trying to view are surpassing our limits for viewing diffs on the UI.

According to the documentation I've linked above, diffs cannot exceed the following limits:

  • A file's diff cannot exceed 2000 changed lines or 102,400 bytes (100 KB) of raw diff data.

  • The entire diff cannot exceed 8000 changed lines.

  • The maximum number of files in a single diff is limited to 200.

In this case, you can run the following commands locally to properly analyze your diff:

  1. Check which files have changed on this branch with the following command:
    1. $ git diff --stat <destination_branch>...<source_branch>
  2. You can filter through these files with a simple grep piping
    1. $ git diff --stat <destination_branch>...<source_branch> | grep myFile.txt
  3. If you need to check for the diff of a specific file, you can use this command
    1. $ git diff <destination_branch>...<source_branch> -- myFile.txt



Mateus T

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