Using rest call, the information from JIRA is suppose to be retrieved faster.
But instead it takes approx one minute to pull the information, where as using browser its matter of seconds.
This issue is only with jira-python.. if i use urllib to the information, it is faster.
There's your answer then - jira-python is slow, not JIRA. The REST interface doesn't care what makes the call into it, it just responds to what is asked of it. If one program gets data from it quickly, and another does not, you need to look at the slow program to establish why it is slow.
Try timing responses to the python requests and compare them with identical requests made over curl though - that might help tell you something, even if you just find out that your python requests are being made more complex by what you're routing them through.
Sorry but if you want to get any help you will have to debug the problem and provide specific information regarding what operations are slow. You question is asking for bulling, is like going to a Microsoft forum and complaining that Windows 8 is slow (with no other information).
Python JIRA is nothing more than a (nice) REST wrapper for JIRA and I am pretty sure that 95% of the executing time is spend waiting for the server responses. Enable debug mode and you can see yourself what is happening.
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