Deployment Architecture

In Search job , searchpeers are occupying 15gb of space and resulting 100% /opt size

Kaushikkatta03
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Can we delete .delta files and .bundle files under searchpeers as they are consuming 15G of space and our disk size on /opt is 100% full

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ddrillic
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It's safe. A similar thread at Is it safe to delete .bundle files ?

-- The searchpeers directory retains up to five replicated bundles from each search head sending requests. If you delete them, they will be created again for the next search that needs that set of configurations. So technically you could remove older ones ...

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sowings
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

To be clear, these files are the contents of the "knowledge objects"; things like field extractions, lookup tables, etc. If your bundles are that large (knowing we keep 5 suggests that each one is 3GB?!), it might be worthwhile figuring out what's actually in there, to see if you need to keep it. Also, if there are more than five from a given host (the hostname of the search head is part of that path), that could suggest that real time searches are "holding open" a bundle. Digging deeper there may also yield some good results.

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ddrillic
Ultra Champion

It's safe. A similar thread at Is it safe to delete .bundle files ?

-- The searchpeers directory retains up to five replicated bundles from each search head sending requests. If you delete them, they will be created again for the next search that needs that set of configurations. So technically you could remove older ones ...

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