Slow REST API, query mysql db instead? Follow Answered James Anderson Created April 19, 2016 23:58 I'm finding that the large number of REST requests I'm making is slowing down a plugin I've created. I'd instead like to query the db for the info, but I'm having a really hard time finding the relevant information. I'm using the guestAuth authentication, not sure if that matters or not. My task is to find all build configurations based on a particular template, gathering the stats produced by the latest runs of these build configs, then tie that info back to their main projects under root. Via the db should I have access to this data like I do via the REST API? The closest at all I've come was the data in the project, build_type, project_mapping and build_type_mapping tables, but that really got me nowhere in the end. For instance, once I have a list of all projects, how do I know which are the ones that come off root? Also, can I query to find which build configurations (build_types I'm assuming) are based off a particular template? Any help would be greatly appreciated.