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We'd like to show that our Jira Service was available >=99.9% of the time over the previous 30 day interval (or, more advanced, over any interval e.g. 'this past year')
Is anyone here doing this for their on-premise Jira Data Centre service?
Hi @Arnold ,
you should install free add on https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/20909/javamelody-monitoring-plugin?tab=overview&hosting=server
That plugin will provide that information.
Hope this helps,
On JIRA data center instance you can retrieve that information on System -> Clustering menu where you can see the uptime for each single node.
ah that 'uptime' is a different thing (time since last startup) than what I'm after.
What I'm after is a %ge uptime over an interval (e.g. over this last 30 days)
As an example: If there were no unplanned, unexpected, undesired outages (e.g. the system became unavailable for whatever reason) over this 30 days, then it'd report 30/30 = 100% available
However, if (as an extreme example but it keeps the maths simple) the system was unavailable for 1 day over the interval (e.g. last 30 days) then it'd report 29/30 = 96.7% available.
Does your plugin recommendation accomplish that? I couldn't tell from the images...
Ultimately that's what's desired: a simple %ge availability over a given interval.
I've changed the original summary because you're right, using the term 'uptime' is ambiguous: I've now changed it to 'how do you measure percentage availability of Jira Data Centre?'