Jira subtasks turned ON automatically how to check which user did this?

Jira sub-tasks turned on automatically how to check which user did this?

 

I checked audit logs, but audit logs doesn't provide such information.

 

Please help me for sorting out this query.

 

Thanks in advance,

Jayesh

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There's no way of knowing - it is someone with administrator rights, but the only way you might find out who is by going over the access logs looking for the "administrate subtasks" page being mentioned in there.

Your best option will be to ask the other couple of administrators - as you should only have a small group that you trust, one of them should be able to tell you.

There is nothing found inside atlassian-Jira.log as well as catelina.out :(

Those are application logs, you need to look at access logs (you may not have any, it depends on the configuration of your application server and/or web-server if you are running one)

How I can get the these "access-logs", what the location of it?

Depends on what you've configured. Are you running it behind a web-server? Have you set up Tomcat to do any? Have a look at the other files you found in the directory catalina.out was in - that's the most likely place.

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