Concurrent agents aren’t relevant for your indices. What matters is the index
store.size and the
You can check those by firing this command on your es server:
curl -X GET "localhost:9200/_cat/indices/zammad*?v&s=index&pretty"
Or on any remote server that is allowed to connect to your es server but you’d have to adjust localhost (or even the port depending on your conf) in that case. My indices look like this currently (our env is rather small):
index docs.count store.size
zammad_production 30 508.9kb
zammad_production_chat_session 0 1.2kb
zammad_production_cti_log 0 1.2kb
zammad_production_knowledge_base_answer_translation 3 22.5kb
zammad_production_knowledge_base_category_translation 2 10kb
zammad_production_knowledge_base_translation 1 6.5kb
zammad_production_organization 67 1.5mb
zammad_production_stats_store 796 2mb
zammad_production_ticket 55939 292.6mb
zammad_production_user 1041 2.9mb
Hint: As you probably can tell (at least for the big players here
docs.count is equal to the actual number of tickets/users in zammad. If you have no indeces build yet you can just ask zammad directly via:
zammad run rails r 'puts Ticket.all.count'
zammad run rails r 'puts User.all.count'