When doing parallel testing Laravel will automatically spin up a database for each parallel test using a token identifier. Sounds like it is not able to do that for your Elastic Search index so you will probably have to scaffold that out yourself using the parallel testing hooks if you want to do parallel testing.
I understand, but after generating the indices how could I tell the model to use the indices with unique id?
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