Setting revision cache size for JIRA SVN Plugin


if I understand correctly the Revision Cache Size of the Jira SVN plugin describes how many revisions are cached on the Jira server so that they don't need to be queried again.

In our repository we have about 1 million revisions and growing (not all of them include a Jira issue in the comment). What would be a good size for the revision cache? Is there any disadvantage if I set it too high, e.g. 500000 revisions or more?

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Janet Albion Atlassian Team Jan 16, 2013


There could be performance issue that might affect this

Since the repository is large, a long term solution will be splitting the repository to smaller repositories.

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