In the Administration Console, under System Information, there's a section called "Usage Statistics". That table lists a count for "Content (all versions)" and "Content (current versions)".
What is the definition of "content"? I assume it includes pages and blogs. Also attachments? Anything else?
Does anyone know? Thanks in advance!
The "content" field means the total number of rows in the CONTENT table in Confluence database - this includes all versions of pages, blogs, status updates, comments, user information, drafts, etc.
The "current content" field, in the other hand, means all of the above except it only counts the latest version of each entitiy.
If you have access to the source code, you can find this information from the com.atlassian.confluence.status.service.systeminfo.UsageInfo class.
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