I'm deployed a single-site cluster with Master Node, Search Head and two Indexer.
The architecture works fine, but into the "splunkd.log" file of the both Indexer there is the following error:
ERROR SearchPeerBundlesSetup - Cannot find bundles for search peer: MASTENODE
where the MASTENODE is the hostname of the master node machine.
Which kind of problem could be it?
How I can eliminate it?
Into the Master Node UI "Indexer Clustering: Master Node"
1.the number of peers is correct,
2.the number of indexes is correct (and also the states)
3.but the number of Search Head is wrong, that is there are two instances of search head,
one is correct (the search head configured)
and the other one is the master node (why?)
The version of Splunk is 6.2.0
Try removing your clustering configuration from the Search Heads, and then re-add them to the cluster. Additionally, check permissions on the search heads and that you have enough disk space.
I removed the single Search Head of the cluster from the architecture, and I re-added it into the cluster, but the error is still into the indexer's log.
The search head has enough disk space.
Which kind of permissions I have to check on the search head, in order to resolv this problem?
The problem was the configuration about Distribuited Search into the master node, it was disabled.
So if it is enabled, the indexers are happy about it and they don't give any error about "find bundles for search peer: MASTENODE".