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How to determine how many Rest Calls are being made

Is there a way to determine how many rest api calls are being made to your JIRA instance ?  We are trying to see how much of a workload we may have between multiple in-house applications and processes that we have that make Rest calls against JIRA.

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Daniel Ebers Community Leader Dec 05, 2020

Hi Alex,

probably the easiest way is to report on logfiles of your reverse proxy (if one is in place).

In practice it requires grep, tail, awk, sort, wc and so on - for Apache/nginx-Logs.

goaccess also proved to be a very nice helper on linux systems (

In case you have no reverse proxy in place you still can report on atlassian-jira-security.log


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