last re-index time of jira

Hello,

 

Is there a way to determine when last time JIRA (currently on 6.4) was re-indexed?

Thanks

 

S

 

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Not in the UI that I can think of directly. 

But the log will have "indexing" lines in it, and I think the admin audit logging will catch it as well, as long as it is enabled.

I'm not entirely sure how much use it might be though - the index is also updated whenever an issue is touched, so technically, the system was partially re-indexed the last time you used it!  I'm guessing you mean one of the full re-indexes though (or project re-index?)

Thanks Nic,

 

I was referring to admin full-index. Will look into audit logs.

 

S

Hi @shailesh ligade2 Did you find it on the logs?

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