Checking maximum number of active syncs in Airbyte Kubernetes deployment

Summary

How to verify the maximum number of active syncs in Airbyte Kubernetes deployment by checking the number of source pods running in parallel.


Question

Hi!
I changed the MAX_SYNC_WORKERS variable in my Airbyte kubernetes deployment.
I am looking for a (kubernetes?) command I could use to check that Airbyte is currently using at most 2 workers.
After some further research, if I understand it correctly this is the maximum number of active syncs, so I could check how many source pods run in parallel using kubectl get pods, or?
So if I get this it would mean the maximum workers is at least 3 since 3 syncs are running concurrently:

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source-amplitude-read-58-0-gpmom                                  4/4     Running     0             112s
source-mysql-read-54-0-mkoqf                                      4/4     Running     0             5m11s
source-mysql-read-57-0-dnblq                                      4/4     Running     0             66s```


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