Recognized system properties for Jira applications
Jira supports some configuration and debugging settings that can be enabled through Java system properties. System properties are usually set by passing the
-D flag to the Java virtual machine in which Jira is running. See Setting properties and options on startup.
List of startup parameters
These properties are pre-existing. See related pages for instructions.
-Xloggc:C:\Program Files\Atlassian\Application Data\JIRA\log\atlassian-jira-gc-%t.log
These properties are pre-existing, and are used for Garbage Collection tuning.
These properties are pre-existing, and are used to configure the size of the JVM code cache. A high value of reserved size allows Jira to load more installed apps.
The default configuration should be optimal for most Jira instances and solve any problems with the code cache getting full.
|KB article: Jira crashes due to the CodeCache|
Set to 'true' to disable mail. In Linux setenv.sh, there is a pre-existing flag to uncomment.
If set to "true", logs statements related to mail
Sets mail handler to work correctly with emails from RFC 2231-compliant mail clients.
Set to utf-8 for encoding consistency
Characters Not Supported by ASCII are Being Displayed as Question Marks
Values include Basic,Digest,Negotiate,NTLM
Ships with true by default. Allows thumbnail generation.
|Outbound Proxy Server hostname and port||How to Configure an Outbound HTTP and HTTPS Proxy for Jira applications|
|-Dorg.apache.catalina.SESSION_COOKIE_NAME||Logging into another Atlassian application logs me out of Confluence|
Time Jira waits for apps to load.
|Jira System Plugin Timeout While Waiting for Plugins to Enable|
|Allows Jira to start with all user installed or specific user installed apps disabled. For more information on manual start up and specifying apps, see Start and Stop Jira applications.||Start and Stop Jira applications|
Hides the details of errors that are displayed after starting Jira. The page (johnson) where these are displayed will still notify you about the errors.
Disables the page (johnson) that displays errors after starting Jira if there are only dismissible warnings. The page will appear if there are any important errors.
|Specifies the percentage of CPU time assigned to Activity Stream requests. Set the value to to an integer from 0 to 100. The default value is 10.||Jira Core 8.19.x upgrade notes|
These properties control the auditing feature, determining the number of audit entries logged, or stored in the database, and the size of those entries. Changing these settings will only affect new audit entries.
Increasing the amount of auditing done may have an adverse effect on performance.
Maximum number of concurrent non-freetext search requests allowed, defaults to 10 per node
Maximum number of concurrent freetext search requests allowed, defaults to 5 per node
Timeout in seconds for a queued search request, defaults to 30 seconds
Maximum number of audit event rows stored in DB, events exceeding the limit get deleted in time order, defaults to 10M checked on hourly basis
Buffer to accommodate new audit events, defaults to 1000 rows
maximum number of events to be deleted per database transaction used when enforcing retention limits, defaults to 10,000 rows
Database size check, running every 60 minutes
Maximum number of audit events written to system log file in case of error, defaults to 3
Database retention check, which deletes events exceeding retention period, running every 24 hours
Size limit in megabytes for individual audit file, file rotates when limit is reached, defaults to 100MB
Maximum number of audit files, the earliest file will be deleted when limit is reached, defaults to 100
Maximum number of audit events kept in buffer waiting to be consumed, defaults to 10,000
Maximum number of audit events dispatched to consumer, defaults to 3,000 per batch
How long the coverage cache is valid, defaults to 30 seconds
To decrease reindex time and improve overall performance, custom field values are fetched in batches of 50. This speeds up time-consuming operations such as database search. Currently the property works only with Jira built-in custom fields.
To disable the property, change the default to 1. Changing the property values, and getting the property to work for the first time requires full reindex.