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SQL Server database sizing for Jira

any one have a correct database sizing for the Jira application, what should be the sizing. Cannot find anything on the vendors site. It is surprising me as I am not so good at application. Being a Infrastructure Architect, just need to know what is the sizing for the database for a small set of user community. say around 25 users accessing the JIRA. 

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Daniel Ebers
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Mar 27, 2020 • edited

Hi Jayaraman,

welcome to Atlassian community!

While I am not aware of a document for database storage sizing here some general hints.
If I got you right you calculated with 25 users in your example.

Assuming that there will not be many issues at the beginning - not more than ~1 GB should be needed for the very first start.

Keeping an eye on the filesystems is needed, though - as attachments, logs, avatars and temporary files need their space as well (but that's not the database which is affected).

So overall the storage should be dimensioned well (please also have a look at the sizing guide) but it heavily depends on your use case and user behaviour.



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