how determine size of repository in Windows env

how do i determine what size a particular repository is? we seem to be encountering issues only with this one repo

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What version of Stash are you on? In the later versions, you can retrieve the size at Repository settings.

In 2.x, you can use this plugin: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.stash.plugin.repository-sysinfo-plugin

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lovely, thank you.  This repository 1.2G which we never had any trouble maintaining on STASH 2.3.x. We recently upgraded to 3.6.1 and now encountering issues. I've increased CPU to 2 and added the following, per 

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/STASH-4129

# Controls timeouts for retrieving branch information, which for large repositories can be quite slow and consume a

# single Git process.
# This values is in SECONDS
plugin.stash-branch-information.timeout=5

 

any other suggestions to re-mediate excessively slow download times and pull request issues? we have git 1.9.5 and java 1.8.11 installed.

Adam Ahmed Atlassian Team Feb 19, 2015

You might be interested in https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Scaling+Stash For load generated by continuous integration builds, you might be more interested in enabling our caches - https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Scaling+Stash+for+Continuous+Integration+performance There are also known issues with running Stash on Windows as a user with Admin rights (e.g. if I recall correctly, the Local System account has this issue). If you try running Stash as an unprivileged user, that might help. You can also open a support case with access log and profiling information and we might be able to give more specific recommendations. Cheers! Adam

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