Deployment Architecture

Why does my SH Cluster set with a static captain show members with mgmt_uri = ?

tnerpel_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

When my SearchHead Cluster is set with a static captain, why does the ./splunk show shcluster-status command return a mgmt_uri =? for all members?

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tnerpel_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

The command "show shcluster-status" uses raft mgmt_uri whereas while you have a static captain set it isn't used, hence you see "mgmt_uri:?" in the output.

This behavior is known and expected and will be changed in upcoming releases of Splunk (6.5.3+, 6.4.7+) to show the mgmt_uri even while in static captaincy.

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tnerpel_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

The command "show shcluster-status" uses raft mgmt_uri whereas while you have a static captain set it isn't used, hence you see "mgmt_uri:?" in the output.

This behavior is known and expected and will be changed in upcoming releases of Splunk (6.5.3+, 6.4.7+) to show the mgmt_uri even while in static captaincy.

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