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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?
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?