Deployment Architecture

How do I find corrupted buckets in a clustered environment?

DerekB
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

How do I find corrupted buckets in a clustered environment?

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rbal_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Please install S.o.S 3.1 on their Cluster Master and S.o.S - Splunk on Splunk > Bucket Fix-up Activity . It will show you list of Buckets to be fixed.

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rbal_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Please install S.o.S 3.1 on their Cluster Master and S.o.S - Splunk on Splunk > Bucket Fix-up Activity . It will show you list of Buckets to be fixed.

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Masa
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Sorry to ask more over three years since this question was posted...

How can I find corrupted buckets? 🙂
Are you saying that if a bucket stays in a list of Fix-up activity for a long time, it means the bucket is corrupted?

inderjot_rasila
Explorer

Login to your CM.
Got to IndexClustering
It will have 3 tabs Peers/Indexes/Search Head

Select Indexes tab --->Bucket Status

Hope it helps!

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