Big instance for JIRA


If my JIRA instance may have more 10,000,000 issues.

What is the configuration of hardware need?

How many issues the configuration can support :

CPU: E7-4807 * 4

RAM: 16G * 4

harddisk: 15000


When the JIRA support cluster?

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Atlassian have ruled out clustering for the foreseeable future.

You are going to struggle severely with 10 million issues in a single Jira instance, no matter what your hardware. As a guideline, Atlassian were recommending splitting Jira when you approach 200,000 under Jira 3. This has increased a lot since version 3, but I don't believe it's near 10 million.

Atlassian are looking at an archiving setup which would probably help you - I very much doubt you have 10 million *active* issues, and you could probably archive 99% of them. It's not available yet though.

Some Atlassian partners can help you with extremely large Jira installations - you may want to reach out to some of them.

Thanks your answer.

We have two bugzillas and every bugzilla had 70,00,000 bugs.

I need to consider the issue growing for JIRA, and the JIRA not only save bug, we will save task and requirement.

I suspect you don't have a use for 99% of the things in bugzilla as well.

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