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Question Reg. 2GB Storage for free tier cloud

Hi, We have 10 user started license jira software hosted in our self server. Now thinking of migrating to jira cloud as our current jira server is very slow . I noticed 2GB storage . 

How do I evaluate if 2GB is enough for our site or not? We have two project in our current jira.

How many issue ticket can 2GB storage hold? 

We are having only issue and zyhpher pulgin. 

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Hi @Basker Ganesan 

The 2GB storage is for the attachments that are uploaded in your issues. 

So it will mainly depend on the amount and size of the attachments



 @Dave Bosman _Realdolmen_ so there is no restriction in the number of tickets we create in cloud free tier?

Not for as far as know. 

And besides that, text does not use a lot of data. 

f.e. a simple text file with 1 million lines will probably take between 30 and 100 MB or something so it is really negligable. 

Thanks @Dave Bosman _Realdolmen_ 

I just checked attachment folder in our current jira server. 

C:\Program Files\Atlassian\Application Data\Jira\data

The whole data folder is only 18 MB. I looking right place for the attachments right?

So your current server is a windows server

I'm used to working with linux but i think you are correct. 

The attachments folder should be 


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