It can take anywhere from 10 to 30 seconds to render any system admin pages. This is not a new development. I suspect a poor configuration somewhere. Rather than me flailing around, I would very much appreciate guidance on where to look first.
We're running JIRA v6.2.4 on Centos. Connected to a remote Postgresql database.
There's a few things to check:
1) When this behavior started? After an upgrade or any network change?
2) Does it help increasing the memory available for the JVM (Both JVM_MINIMUM_MEMORY and JVM_MAXIMUM_MEMORY)?
3) Does the same problem occurs when bypassing the proxy? (Acessing Jira locally, as localhost:port)
1) It's been slow since I've been here.
2) I see no OutOfMemory errors in the logs. I would wouldn't I?
3) Yes. Proxy does not appear to be the problem.
I'm attaching a splunk output from a test I did. I turned up a bunch of the logging. First datetime below is immediately after I selected "Workflows". Second datetime is immediately after it rendered.
[root@atlassian-jira log]# date --rfc-3339='ns' 2014-05-13 16:04:34.928704410+00:00 [root@atlassian-jira log]# date --rfc-3339='ns' 2014-05-13 16:05:04.635459081+00:00
In the spreadsheet you'll see big gaps in the log entries. Between row 175 and 180, almost 16 seconds elapses. What's it doing?
Between rows 410 and 411, 4 seconds elapse.
Almost 3 seconds between 535 and 536.
In total, it took about 29 seconds before the screen rendered. Which I hope you would agree is terrible.
All guidance appreciated.
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