How can I check JIRA storage per project??

Deleted user Oct 26, 2014

Hello guys...

I have some question...

When we use JIRA, we attach files.. right?

then, we use a memory or storage of JIRA/System.

I wanna check JIRA storage per project..

can I do it..??

ummm...example below:


There are projects

 - Projects : TEST1,  TEST2, TEST3

Using storage(Using Storage/Total Storage)

 - TEST1 : 20/300(MB)

 - TEST2 : 10/300(MB)

 - TEST3 : 50/300(MB)


can I check it like this on the Web?


give me your ideas...





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Pedro Cora Atlassian Team Oct 26, 2014

The attachments of a project, that are stored on JIRA-HOME can be easily seen as they are kept on individual directories based on the project key.

I.e: JIRA-HOME/data/attachments/PROJECT-KEY

However, the size on the database for these individual projects might not be feasible as the data is spread across many tables.

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