I've read https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/Export+More+Than+1000+Results+to+Excel?continue=https%3A%2F%2Fconfluence.atlassian.com%2Fdisplay%2FJIRAKB%2FExport%2BMore%2BThan%2B1000%2BResults%2Bto%2BExcel&application=cac , https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRAKB/OutOfMemory+or+Poor+Performance+due+to+XML+View+of+a+Filter , and https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/ONDEMANDKB/Export+More+than+1000+Issues+to+Excel+from+Issue+Navigator+in+JIRA+OnDemand .
As the report I need to export is ~60k+ rows, my IT department would like to know what kind of load this will place on our JIRA instance. We plan on comparing any information provided against the system properties of our server and using this information to schedule a time where I can export my information.
@Benito Picarelli, I appreciate you trying to help. It seems like JIRA has indoctrinated in some that large exports are unnecessary?
@Nic Brough, If you have other recommendations on how I can pivot and analyze my data, I'm all ears. The tools I have that will allow me to crunch this in combination with my other datasets exist outside JIRA (tableau, excel, etc)...
So instead of doing random static and instantly obsolete reporting, you should be concentrating on writing something that draws data from your other systems and combines it with the RELEVANT Jira data (not extracting the whole lot and wasting time discarding 99% of it every time). Or just install Jira service desk and probably junk your other system
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