We are using Fecru and all of the sudden it became very slow on certain operations. We can search for a code review and it comes up fairly quickly then we click on a file and it spins for about a minute. Which in the internet world is way too long. I am aware of profiling on JIRA and Confluence. Is there a profiler for Crucible/Fisheye?
Thanks so much,
Hi @Robert G. Nadon / @Tini Good / @Topher Eliot,
At this time, profiling is not yet possible in FishEye/Crucible the same way it is in JIRA and Confluence.
I have created a new request for this in our development issue tracker, and you can track it here:
Feel free to vote for the issue, add it to your watch list in order to be notified on its progress, and leave a comment there describing your use-case the more detailed the possible. This will help our development team to build a solution that meets better your needs.
If you want to know more about how we prioritise feature requests, take a look at our policy.
Let me know if you have any further questions.
I've spent a LOT of time testing for root cause on this, and here's the things that helped the most:
Read (and vote for!!!) this bug report: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CRUC-6158
I never use IE for anything except playtime. For business, I primarily use Chrome and if that fails then I will switch to Firefox. Our problem was not a browser one. I think crucible was doing something though, but a top showed it was the only thing consuming CPU and memory and was not consuming very much of either. If there is no profiler for FeCru then that sounds like a very good recommendation. I will check with Atlassian.
Hi Robert, I suggest to start with enabling the debug logging in FishEye/Crucible. In logs you will see various timers. As you mentioned that you're having slowness in UI, then look at "qtp*" threads. Opening a file may take long time due to several reasons:
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