Deployment Architecture

How to create a role with limited admin capabilities to put a cluster in maintenance mode?

mikebaker
Engager

Basically I need to make a Splunk account with limited admin capabilities, one of them being able to put the cluster in maintenance mode.

khaynes_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

This can be accomplished by creating another role that inherits the User role and adds the edit_indexer_cluster​ capability. With such a role, the user can see the indexer clustering settings menu and place the cluster into maintenance from the CLI as well.

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