Attachment size custom field JIRA

Hi everyone

We have a considerable amount of large files in our JIRA instance. From 100mb to 1gb.

I wanted to do a query for issues with attachments larger than 100mb, so we can make sure we have the file on our local archive, before deleting it.

We have ScriptRunner installed, so I tried modifying this script to return attachmentSize instead of numbers of attachments, but I can't get it to work.

import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor

def attachmentManager = ComponentAccessor.getAttachmentManager()
def numberAttachments = attachmentManager.getAttachments(issue).size()

// use the following instead for number of PDFs
//def numberAttachments = attachmentManager.getAttachments(issue).findAll {a ->
// a.filename.toLowerCase().endsWith(".pdf")
//}.size()

return numberAttachments ? numberAttachments as Double : null

Does anyone have a suggestion as to how I modify this script? Or another way to get a list of issues with large attachments? (We are running JIRA 6.4)

Thanks for your help,

/Nikolaj

 

 

4 answers

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Hi,

If you want to display in an issue the  size of attachments attached to it, you can use this in a scripted custom field.

import com.atlassian.jira.issue.attachment.Attachment
import com.atlassian.jira.issue.Issue
import java.util.*
def sizeAll = {Collection<Attachment> attachments -> 
    def size = 0
    for (Attachment attachment : attachments) {
    	size += attachment.getFilesize()    
    }
    return size;
}
def totalSize = sizeAll(issue.getAttachments());
for (Issue subtask : issue.getSubTaskObjects()) {
    totalSize += sizeAll(subtask.getAttachments())
}
totalSize

Note: this sums up the attachments of the subtasks as well. Without the subtasks, the script is simpler:

import com.atlassian.jira.issue.attachment.Attachment
import com.atlassian.jira.issue.Issue
import java.util.*
def sizeAll = {Collection<Attachment> attachments -> 
    def size = 0
    for (Attachment attachment : attachments) {
    	size += attachment.getFilesize()    
    }
    return size;
}
def totalSize = sizeAll(issue.getAttachments());
totalSize

 

Tibor

This works! Perfect smile

Thank you very much. I don't know what I would do without this forum.

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What you're suggesting is to search directly on the server or?

Yes I was, but OK I understand now. Tibor's script is fine, although I would prob just write it as :

issue.attachments*.filesize.sum()

Make sure you set a Number searcher so you can find issues with a large total attachment size.

Your script is somewhat simpler smile

thanks wink

Hi Jamie


Thank you very much for your help!

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What context are you trying to use that script in? It appears to be a workflow function...?

Can you not just do this with unix find and use the attachment store on disk?

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Hi Jamie

I was using it as a Scripted Custom Field, which is a part of the ScriptRunner addon. The script works and the custom field is updated with the amount of attachments. This led me to believe that it would be possible to modify it to return attachment size in a custom field.

Our JIRA instance is hosted at another company and I'm not an advanced user, so my ideas are limited to quite basic use of JIRA.

What you're suggesting is to search directly on the server or?

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