I have a question about getReviewData function performance.
I am currently deleting and posting comments using the CrucibleREST API like below.
Currently, it has been confirmed that the processing performance time of getReviewData function takes over than 14 seconds when deleting or creating more than 100 APIs at the same time like below log.
2021-05-18 04:01:15,108 DEBUG [qtp1593458942-12684 ] fisheye ProfilingServletFilter-logRequest - start request GET /rest-service/reviews-v1/CR-68/details?FEAUTH=dw.oh%3A3%3Ae07cad42c4b91ab9522c18e53521b3d3 sessionid=9sbz29v89nhpkmqobfowia12
2021-05-18 04:01:15,126 DEBUG [qtp1593458942-12684 ] fisheye Timer-output - -> getReviewData, with details: true mem_usage = 828644392 heapsize = 1067450368 freemem = 238805976
2021-05-18 04:01:27,315 DEBUG [notificationManager1 ] fisheye DefaultNotificationSender-lambda$sendNotifications$0 - Processing notifications
2021-05-18 04:01:29,271 DEBUG [qtp1593458942-12684 ] fisheye Timer-output - <- getReviewData, with details: true time 14144 millis mem_usage = 948488504 heapsize = 1068498944 freemem = 120010440
2021-05-18 04:01:29,357 DEBUG [qtp1593458942-12684 ] fisheye ProfilingServletFilter-logRequest - end request in 14249ms GET /rest-service/reviews-v1/CR-68/details?FEAUTH=dw.oh%3A3%3Ae07cad42c4b91ab9522c18e53521b3d3 sessionid=9sbz29v89nhpkmqobfowia12 200 mem=3399.954MB
Could you check getReviewData function's REST API processing performance?
Please let me know if you have any REST API specifications or other performance specifications that can be processed at the same time.
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