Deployment Architecture

Site locations host two object stores in an active-active replicated relationship

dm1
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One of th requirement of Multisite indexer cluster with SmartStore is

 

Site locations host two object stores in an active-active replicated relationship. Depending on the deployment type, the set of cluster peer nodes can be sending data to one or both object stores.

 

To fulfill this requirement, is there some configuration I have to do in Splunk or in S3 bucket ?

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isoutamo
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Hi
when you are running S3 in same site/location (even multiple AZ) and you have access from all your need VPCs to that S3 bucket it will work.
r. Ismo

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isoutamo
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Hi
when you are running S3 in same site/location (even multiple AZ) and you have access from all your need VPCs to that S3 bucket it will work.
r. Ismo
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dm1
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ok so just to clarify, I dont need to specify two separate S3 bucket paths in indexes.conf ?

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isoutamo
SplunkTrust
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Just like that. In cluster you specify only one path for remote storage/volume and then use it on individual indexes as volume.

https://conf.splunk.com/files/2019/slides/FN1435.pdf page 35 is configuration example.

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