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..??
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...
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.
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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