"Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)" warnings in JIRA logs

We are getting lots of Warnings in JIRA logs for "Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)" almost for every 30 seconds. JIRA logs are getting flooded with these warnings.

It seems application link works fine since I could see Changelists submitted in Perforce are visible under Source Tab in JIRA issues.

following are few lines from Logs


015-11-25 12:29:14,751 http-bio- WARN User1 749x851060x4 lljcwm, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)
2015-11-25 12:29:15,472 http-bio- WARN User2 749x851084x7 16jot4p, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)
2015-11-25 12:29:17,951 http-bio- WARN User3 749x851200x9 1iu3jpk, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)
2015-11-25 12:29:19,478 http-bio- WARN ELIWM1 749x851304x10 16jot4p, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)
2015-11-25 12:29:19,649 http-bio- WARN MGIQ31 749x851315x11 10lv20f, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)
2015-11-25 12:29:19,659 http-bio- WARN KSUYDH 749x851313x9 v8q6s, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)
2015-11-25 12:29:22,178 http-bio- WARN SSSBMC 749x851351x4 lljcwm, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)
2015-11-25 12:29:24,583 http-bio- WARN EHEQFG 749x851382x6 13hgbxy, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)
2015-11-25 12:29:24,635 http-bio- WARN FHEA4V 749x851384x6 1c98m5f, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)
2015-11-25 12:29:27,779 http-bio- WARN MPOAJQ 749x851401x1 1iu3jpk, /rest/dev-status/1.0/issue/summary [plugin.devstatus.provider.DefaultCoordinator] Requests failed: fisheye (not_configured)

Did someone faced this kind of warnings before? Would really appreciate your advice on this.



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Hi Suhas, 


This looks to be related to OAuth authentication. As workaround you could try to enable Basic Access and disabling Trusted Applications but this might not work for some use-cases. 

In case you are using reverse proxy, this might being caused for mod_jk. Please check this documentation: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/Oauth+after+Initial+configuration+doesn%27t+work


Renato Rudnicki

Hello Renato,

We are already using basic authentication and trusted applications are disabled. Still we are getting this warnings in the logs.

In our environment, JIRA is SSLed but Fisheye is not.

Currently we are facing lot of performance issues in JIRA 6.4.12. Do you think this affects JIRA performance significantly? Perhaps we are using the same setup since long time in JIRA 6.3.8 and we didnt face any performance issues there.

Any other thoughts on this?




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