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Where is JDBC Driver Path?

Hi,

I want to test JIRA Software DataBase Performance. I use the following command:

java -cp C:\Users\user\Desktop\atlassian-log-analysis-0.1.1.jar;"E:\Program Files\Atlassian\JIRA\lib" com.atlassian.util.benchmark.JIRASQLPerformance ..... ..... JDBC_CONNECTION_STRING JDBC_DRIVER_CLASS db-perf-test.txt

Where is JDBC Driver Path in JIRA Software?

How do I complete the other sections of the command?

Regards

GG

 

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Do you mean driver path or connection string?

I do not know how to complete this command and where to find the information!

 

When i run command:

java -cp C:\Users\USER\Desktop\atlassian-log-analysis-0.1.1.jar;"jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://163.163.15.20:1433/DB_TEST" com.atlassian.util.benchmark.JIRASQLPerformance USER  123456 net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.Driver db-perf-test.txt

DBTEST ERROR.png

What is problem?

 

Regards

GG

Do you mean driver path or connection string?

What documentation are you reading that tells you to do this?

Why are you not running the command as given in the docs?

I executed the command according to the document, but as you can see in the figure, it gives an error

DBTEST ERROR.png

No, you did not.

This error message tells you that it cannot find a class you specified in your command.  The documentation does not specify an extraneous class, it has a pipe to a file.  You seem to have dropped the "and pipe output to" in favour of specifying a class that does not exist.

I have the same problem, not sure how to fix.

I would guess it is fixed by running the command as given in the documentation.

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