Disk Usage of a Stream

If I understand correctly, there is no way to determine the disk usage at the ES Cluster of a single stream in graylog.

The only option I have found is to create an own index set per stream and then query the disk space of each index of this set usage using Elasticsearch API.

I have two questions:

  • Does anyone know other options?

  • Is there a limit on the number of index sets in Graylog ?

No, there is virtually no limit of the number of index sets in Graylog.

At some point, Elasticsearch might have problems managing the number of underlying indices. See How many shards should I have in my Elasticsearch cluster? | Elastic Blog for some details.

@Jochen THX for your feedback.

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