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db.conns.time.in.ms & db.reads.time.in.ms

What are these? what each of these mean?  

If db.conns.time.in.ms is sporadically high, does it suggest DB Server or JDBC issues?

<form id="jira_request_timing_info" class="dont-default-focus" >

....

<input type="hidden" title="db.reads.time.in.ms" value="109" />
<input type="hidden" title="db.conns.time.in.ms" value="14593" />

...

</form>

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These are not things most of us see in Jira, as most of us don't look at random bits of code out of context.  Could you explain where you are seeing this, what the actual fields look like and why you are looking at the code?

hi @Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ ,

 

Response to HTTP GET  http://jira.mydomain.com/browse/PROJECT-1234 contains these values in response body  For example 

`curl -XGET https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-69948`

contains 

<form id="jira_request_timing_info" class="dont-default-focus" >

with hidden inputs for db.conns.time.in.ms, db.reads.time.in.ms 

<form id="jira_request_timing_info" class="dont-default-focus" >
<fieldset class="parameters hidden">
<input type="hidden" title="jira.request.start.millis" value="1568650648465" />
<input type="hidden" title="jira.request.server.time" value="107" />
<input type="hidden" title="jira.request.id" value="977x4084673x2" />
<input type="hidden" title="jira.session.expiry.time" value="-" />
<input type="hidden" title="jira.session.expiry.in.mins" value="-" />
<input id="jiraConcurrentRequests" type="hidden" name="jira.request.concurrent.requests" value="1" />
<input type="hidden" title="db.reads.time.in.ms" value="5" />
<input type="hidden" title="db.conns.time.in.ms" value="33" />
</fieldset>
</form>

 

I'm debugging an issue with  HTTP GETs  to  http://local-jira-instance/browse/PROJECT-1234  taking 10-30s with majority of jira.request.server.time spent in db.conns.time.in.ms .

 

Hope this clarifies where db.reads.time.in.ms and db.conns.time.in.ms come from.

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