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How can I tell how many copies of unique warm buckets are replicated across my indexers cluster?

ytenenbaum_splu
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

As part of setting up an indexer cluster, you specify the number of copies of data that you want the cluster to maintain. How can I tell how many copies of unique warm buckets were actually replicated across the indexers cluster?

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ytenenbaum_splu
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Use this search:

| dbinspect index=* splunk_server=idx*
| search state=warm
| stats count, list(splunk_server) by bucketId

Credit to Guilhem Marchand and Ivan Canes

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ytenenbaum_splu
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Use this search:

| dbinspect index=* splunk_server=idx*
| search state=warm
| stats count, list(splunk_server) by bucketId

Credit to Guilhem Marchand and Ivan Canes

View solution in original post