Wiki: Slow Page Loading After Upgrade


We recently upgraded our Wiki server from 4.1.10 to 5.4.

The process was smooth (thank you Atlassian!) but there is a performance degradation with one page that has over 150 Jira issues on it.

With 4.1, the page is rendering instantly and updates in place. With 5.4, there is a considerable pause, about 20 seconds and the full page shows within a second. The users perceive it as a slow page rendering caused/related to the upgrade.

Is this a feature of the latest Jira plugin or is there a problem with our configuration?

I profiled the page several times but nothing obvious jumps out.

Our Jira version is 5.2.11

Thank you,


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Hello David,

I believe that you are falling into this known bug:

It was fixed in the latest release of On demand but not yet for confluence standalone since I could reproduce the same issue in confluence 5.4.3.

I recommend to divide the jira issues macros into different pages as the bug states or try to upgrade to the latest version of confluence in order to check if the fix was deployed already.



Thank you Rodrigo, I'll be waiting for the updated plugin, ideally upgradable without rollling the whole of wiki.



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