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JETI Causing high data transfer

We recently noticed that our JIRA server is transferring data between our SQL database and the server at a very high amount, something like 100 GB an hour. After disabling the JETI plugin the usage dropped to zero with usage topping a less then a GB in an hour. 

The problem is we rely heavily on JETI and can't just turn it off. Any idea where i should start looking to find the root cause? 



2 answers

Hi Team,

We are also getting this type behavior in Jira,As large amount data transfer is happening between Jira and DB server,Can you please  help us on this,How to get the details about this particular transfer.

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Tom Lister Community Leader Apr 07, 2019

Hi @Ryan L 

Do you have access to database logging to see which SQL is being run? It might contain a clue as to whats happening.

Also turn on jira logging for jeti packages to see whats happening.

one of the Jeti base themes is all details. This is a lot of data to retreive so check if your doing this for every email and reduce the data for events  like issue moved.

How have you configured templates/notifications/contexts?

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