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How to set fisheye incremental indexing polling period to never or large value like 24 hrs?

We have created post-commit svn hooks following your valuable guidance on FSH-9932 and now fisheye index scanning is triggered every time we commit something to SVN. However, by default, any repository created in fisheye polls for changes every 1 minute. Now we want to disable polling or else set it to a high interval like 24 hrs. We could not find relevant information of setting/disabling the polling period for all repositories (like system-wide configuration). We are aware that we can set it per repository manually from the administration screens by going to updates for a particular repository. However, this would be a tedious manual effort - we want to set/disable the default polling interval itself. How can we do this?

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Daniel R Atlassian Team Nov 08, 2012

Unfortunately, establishing a default polling period is currently an open improvement here -- please log in and vote:

You can however, try the following the make the change manually:

- Shutdown FishEye/Crucible

- Edit the <FISHEYE_INST>/config.xml file and append the following XML tag after the opening (left-hand side) "repository" XML tag:

<updater pollPeriod="never"/>

- Start FishEye/Crucible

For reference, the post-commit hook that worked triggered the FishEye command-line option "scannow":

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