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When archiving to Hadoop using Hunk from an indexer cluster, is only the primary copy of a bucket archived, or are all copies archived?

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When archiving to Hadoop using Hunk from an indexer cluster, is only the primary copy of a bucket archived, or are all copies archived?

I need to know for giving a disk space size estimate to a Hadoop team.

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Re: When archiving to Hadoop using Hunk from an indexer cluster, is only the primary copy of a bucket archived, or are all copies archived?

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Splunk Employee

Hi,

every cluster member will try to copy the bucket. If it's already there nothing happens.

You will get just one copy at the end, no matter how many indexers you have in a cluster.

HTH,

Holger

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