Dear Answers community,
We need to archive a whole lot of attachments load. We are hitting storage limit and want to start solving this issue. We will archive some issues and projects but I would also want to have a good criteria to search for issue with a lot of load.
For that I used JQL: "attachments is not empty"
But I can not know what is the size of the attachment. Any suggestion on how to solve this case? I want to have a list of issues with attachments, this list should included attachment size.
You will definitely need some code to enable this - something that can go into an issue, check the attachments and display the size.
Francis is right in that the Script Runner could give you a scripted field that could display the total size of all attachments on an issue, and it's only a few lines of code.
But there's no Script Runner on Cloud, and the restrictions mean that you can't add similar add-ons either.
But, two other options
Both of those would use https://docs.atlassian.com/jira/REST/latest/#api/2/attachment-getAttachment
Sorry for reviving old threads, but you always seem to be able to help me in here
I could really use a script (for ScriptRunner), that can tell me the attachment size per Issue. I managed to find one that gives me number of attachments, but that doesnt really help me unfortunately.
Hopefully you'll see this,
Best regards Nikolaj
The following action from JIRA Command Line Interface (CLI) will give you a CSV file of issues and attachments with size:
--action runFromIssueList --jql "project = XXX" --common "--action getAttachmentList --issue @issue@ --file attachmentList.csv --append --outputFormat 2" --clearFileBeforeAppend
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