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Speed up downloading a review from fisheye

I use Atlassian fisheye for code-review. If I create a review which has about 2000 revisions and 1700 files it takes a very long time to download the revision. If I open the Chrome developer tools "Network" I see that it consumes 12 minutes for about 800 Kb. But a first it waits 2 minutes before it starts downloading.

Does anyone know how to speed the process up? Either tuning Chrome or Fisheye?

Details: I look at the server where Fisheye is running, everything looks OK. Not memory, CPU or harddisk overuses. Server and Chrome are in the same company network. I selected only whole file and files which have not been deleted

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Hi Klas, 

This is a pretty big review. We usually recommend creating few smaller reviews covering changes that need to be reviewed. What version of Crucible are you using?

mac

We are using fisheye (Version:3.7.0 Build:20150127093303) . We have this big reviews because we make a complete review over all files of a module once or twice a year. For every pull-reuest we create a small code-review is already done via Atlassian Stash

I would recommend upgrading to newest Crucible. There were many performance improvements since 3.7. If the problem continuous I would recommend: turning debug ON, load a large review and create a case with the support zip, so we can look into the problem.

updating to 3.10 solved the problem. it still needs about a minute to load but that is okay. 

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