This is kiran,Iam supporting JIRA in back end middle ware windows environment. some times it was going to slow or not responding .On that time we restarting the server .Can you please provide the permanent solution and provide any reason regarding this?
thanks in advance
There are loads of things it could be. We can't just fix it without knowing what the problem is.
You will need to monitor and investigate. Is it running slow at specific times or randomly? Is the server sized correctly for the number of users and volume of issues? Is there a virus scanner hitting it? Is the slowness happening because the CPU is maxxed out, or the memory struggling? Is it thrashing the disks? Are there any errors in your logs? What have you customised? What add-ons are you using?
Most of this usually does come back to "what are your users doing that slows it down?", and a valid answer can range from "trying to use it on inadequate hardware" to "massive downloads it's not built for/hundreds of external connections".
But, you need to do the analysis before you can work out an approach.
Ok, good on the logs. Now you need to look at what is causing the CPU and memory to be thrashed. What are your users doing? Are there lots of them doing something at the same time? Is there something else on the machine that may be drawing resources? Can you get a thread dump to see what the internals of JIRA are doing while it's running slowly?
If you spend enough time as a Jira admin - whether you are managing a single, mid-sized instance, a large enterprise one or juggling multiple instances at once - you will eventually find yourself in ...
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