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    Thready automatically renames Tomcat threads to include the URL they serve

    Thready automatically renames Tomcat threads to include the URL they serve

    Thready automatically renames Tomcat threads to include the URL they serve

    Installation

    Jira thread names

    Confluence thread names

    No need to configure anything - just install

    Once installed in Jira, the thread names change accordingly to contain URL which they serve

    Changed Confluence thread names

    More details

    Features:

    • Rename Apache Tomcat thread to add URL and Username (if available)
      • Example: "main url:/uri username:user1"
    • Don't add a suffix for Resources: ".css", ".js", ".png", ".jpg", ".ico", ".woff". ".gif", ".svg"
    • Abbreviate the long URL/Username
    • Configure the Abbreviation part, set System Property "atlassian.labs.thready.max.message.limit" (Default is 40 and -1 is unlimited)
      • "-Datlassian.labs.thready.max.message.limit=-1"
    • Keep only 2 URL in the name: First and Last
      • "main url:/resource1 url:/resource2"
      • "main url:/resource1 ... url:/resource3"
    • Clean broken ThreadNames is case thread failed before Thready cleaned the name

    Thready is designed to allow you to debug your own Atlassian instances. It helps you find the needle in the haystack quicker than ever.

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    Reviews for cloud

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    by Jeremy Cobert on 2017-06-26
    We love the extra info that this provided. I only wish there was a feature to disable truncating of threads. I would like to see the whole path in my jmx
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    Hi Jeremy, you can set the truncating limit in the version 0.1.5 using this JVM argument

    atlassian.labs.thready.max.message.limit=60

    The default value is 60 characters and you can set it to unlimited with value -1

    Enjoy :)

    by Adolfo Casari on 2016-03-29
    Thanks for this plugin. What is the command you use to display the threads?
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    Atlassian Labs

    Hi Adolfo, this is the command used:

    watch -n 0.5 'jstack <PID> | grep RUNNABLE | grep exec- -A 20 | tee -a /tmp/thread-dump.txt'

    Reviews for server

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    by Juergen Lanner on 2019-04-15
    I like the plugin but miss it for jira 8. Do you have any plans?
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    by Palla on 2018-04-05
    i could see the info like "This app (Thready) is compatible with the clustering and high-availability (Data Center) capabilities of our products." But when i install this app, I could see below message, can you please check and help us. "This add-on is not designed for Data Center versions of JIRA. Request an update from the vendor." The JIRA version which I used is: JIRA v. 7.6.4
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    by Jonas Andersson on 2018-03-14
    Why is this not delivered IN jira/confluence by default?
    2 out of 2 found this review helpful
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    by Jeremy Cobert on 2017-06-26
    We love the extra info that this provided. I only wish there was a feature to disable truncating of threads. I would like to see the whole path in my jmx
    Was this review helpful?YesNo
    Atlassian Labs

    Hi Jeremy, you can set the truncating limit in the version 0.1.5 using this JVM argument

    atlassian.labs.thready.max.message.limit=60

    The default value is 60 characters and you can set it to unlimited with value -1

    Enjoy :)

    by Adolfo Casari on 2016-03-29
    Thanks for this plugin. What is the command you use to display the threads?
    Was this review helpful?YesNo
    Atlassian Labs

    Hi Adolfo, this is the command used:

    watch -n 0.5 'jstack <PID> | grep RUNNABLE | grep exec- -A 20 | tee -a /tmp/thread-dump.txt'

    Reviews for Data Center

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    by Jeremy Cobert on 2017-06-26
    We love the extra info that this provided. I only wish there was a feature to disable truncating of threads. I would like to see the whole path in my jmx
    Was this review helpful?YesNo
    Atlassian Labs

    Hi Jeremy, you can set the truncating limit in the version 0.1.5 using this JVM argument

    atlassian.labs.thready.max.message.limit=60

    The default value is 60 characters and you can set it to unlimited with value -1

    Enjoy :)

    by Adolfo Casari on 2016-03-29
    Thanks for this plugin. What is the command you use to display the threads?
    Was this review helpful?YesNo
    Atlassian Labs

    Hi Adolfo, this is the command used:

    watch -n 0.5 'jstack <PID> | grep RUNNABLE | grep exec- -A 20 | tee -a /tmp/thread-dump.txt'

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    Versions

    Version 0.2.1 Jira Server 6.0 - 7.13.3,
    Confluence Server 5.2 - 6.15.2,
    Fisheye/Crucible 3.0.0 - 4.7.0,
    Bamboo Server 3.4 - 6.8.1,
    Bitbucket Server 2.9.1 - 6.2.0
    Released 2018-08-20

    Summary

    URL abbreviation is separate from username abbreviation

    Details

    We've done some rework behind the scenes for a more robust and consistent behavior.

    We implemented a new feature where the abbreviation happens for the URL separately than the username. You don't have the lose the username if the URL is too long

    We implemented a new feature where Thready keeps the first URL and Last URL when there are many filters. You can follow multiple redirects and still track initial user request

    Installation

    1. Log into your Atlassian application instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new apps or Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Thready - Give Tomcat threads a name via search. Results include app versions compatible with your Atlassian application instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your app.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

    To find older Thready - Give Tomcat threads a name versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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