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Query Profile option in advanced JQL for Jira data center

Does anyone seen this at advanced jql search - Query Profile

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Profile :

[70ms] - JQL query profile, thread: http-nio-8080-exec-84 url: /rest/scriptrunner-jira/latest/jqlfunctions/profile; user: username

 Lucene :

*:*

Resources :

OpSnapshot{name='issue.index.reads', invocationCount=1, elapsedTotal=70210799, elapsedMin=70210799, elapsedMax=70210799, resultSetSize=0, cpuTotal=0, cpuMin=0, cpuMax=0}
OpSnapshot{name='db.conns', invocationCount=1, elapsedTotal=70216260, elapsedMin=70216260, elapsedMax=70216260, resultSetSize=0, cpuTotal=0, cpuMin=0, cpuMax=0}
OpSnapshot{name='db.reads', invocationCount=1, elapsedTotal=70217438, elapsedMin=70217438, elapsedMax=70217438, resultSetSize=0, cpuTotal=0, cpuMin=0, cpuMax=0}

Something from scriptrunner related to indexes but not sure what actually it is.

2 comments

This looks like related to the indexing stats as you are on data center this must some internal index sync timings between the nodes.

You can check the index health of the node looks similar to it.

https://issues.redhat.com/rest/indexanalyzer/1/state?maxResults=100

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Thanks @Ravina Mahajan I will check this.

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Hi Sagar, that option is only available to administrators only, it is used to profile JQL to find poorly performing JQL queries. 

You may read more about it in our documentation here: 

Hope the above helps! 

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Hi @Benz Kek _Adaptavist_ Thanks for the reply, that was helpful

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