i m experienced with wired behavior, i dnt have deleted any Jira records and unable to see older records and our backend DB is PostgreSQL.
Did these things
1. RE-indexing : not helped
2. Only few latest records are showing on UI
3. Able to login to postgresql db and could not able to see those records.
How to retrieve if someone deleted by acidents in backend or front end
1. I did installed the plugin- 'who deleted my issues' and its not listing anyone records
Please lemme know ,if anyone knows or encountered like this
First thing to check is if you have the permissions to browse every issue that your query is returning... but since you're not seeing those in the DB I guess this is not the case.
As for your second point: If someone actually deleted the data you're looking for your only hope would be restoring a backup. No backup = no chance to restore the data.
The only exception I can think of would be trying to get some professional data recovery service. Usually they're equiped with the hardware to get your data back but this is not granted.
After investigation and i came to know that, those records are being deleted by someone. We dont have any logs from Jira or Postgresql.
I have not enabled Logging/Profilling : ON and so no logs for any transactions. So we lost the data.
I found plugin , where it will search "Who deleted my issue" https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1219171/who-deleted-my-issues?hosting=server&tab=overview : its not found too. Since deleted records are all are closed ones. So breathing easy , having said that it should repeat and i am going upgrade from 7.11.1 to 8.14 and migrate.
Lets home for the best, Thank you for your information
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