Viewing System Information

The System Information screen provides information about Confluence's configuration, and the environment in which Confluence has been deployed.

To view your system information:

  1. Choose the cog icon , then choose General Configuration under Confluence Administration
  2. Choose System Information in the left-hand panel.


  • The handy memory graph helps you keep track of Confluence's memory usage.
  • Your system configuration information is helpful to Atlassian Support when diagnosing errors you may face using Confluence. When logging a support request or bug report, please provide as much detail as possible about your installation and environment.

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7 Archived comments

  1. User avatar

    Nicolas Wildner [Atlassian]

    Tip: Counting the number of attachments on an instance(can be Jira, Confluence...) inside Linux;

    [root@foo bar]# find attachments_dir -type f  | wc -l

    An user requested us this information that is not on System Info page. (wink)

    10 Aug 2011
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    System Information is rather useless as it doesn't have any units. Content? Search Index Size? Are those pages? MB? 

    20 Aug 2013
  3. User avatar

    Library Web


    as above, what exactly does Content and Search Index Size refer to?

    I'd like to know how to identify the total number of pages, number of files, ect.


    05 Feb 2014
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    Michelle Vincent

    What does System Information Content include? pages, blogs, attachments, comments? Our Content count says 23,121, but when I use a user macro for count pages per space, I only come up with 13,885. So what is the difference?

    08 Apr 2014
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    Brian K

    I have the same question as above - what does "content" include?

    07 Jan 2015
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      Giles Brunning [Atlassian Technical Writer]

      Hi Brian and Michelle Vincent,

      The answer to your question, as far as I'm aware, is all of the above. So, pages, blog posts, attachments, and comments all count as content.

      09 Jan 2015
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        Brian K


        09 Jan 2015
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