I am using a search command to find the savedsearches.conf for an alert. I created a search which can list all of the parameters in the savedsearches.conf, however it merges both the default and local savedsearches.conf for that alert. the search I use is below:
| rest splunk_server=local /servicesNS/-/-/configs/conf-savedsearches search="eai:acl.app=INSERT_APP_NAME" | search title="INSERT_ALERT_TITLE" | rename eai:acl.app as app, eai:acl.perms.read as read, eai:acl.sharing as sharing | fields - updated published id eai* | fields title author splunk_server app read sharing * | eval title="[".title."]" | foreach * [eval title=if("<>"="author" OR "<>"="splunk_server" OR "<>"="app" OR "<>"="read" OR "<>"="sharing" OR "<>"="title" OR '<>'="",title,mvappend(title,"<>"."="."\"".'<>'."\""))] | fields title author splunk_server app read sharing | search title=**
Is there any way for me to only see the local portion of the savedsearches.conf?
The only way to do that is using the CLI, either with btool or by directly examining the app's local/savedsearches.conf file.
Or like recommended in the other question https://answers.splunk.com/answers/668401/need-to-find-conf-files-on-a-splunk-interface-only.html#an... by using the Web Terminal App https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/1607/ and run
btool in there.
The Web Terminal kept crashing on my originally, but after I restarted the instance once it worked. Thank you!