I have DNS logs coming from multiple geographies -Australia, India etc. My whole Splunk infrastructure is in UTC including the Search Head. My problem is Splunk is not able to show these multiple timestamps in UTC format. Rather, it is treating them (Australia, India time) as local time/UTC.
May 24 16:39:48 dns-A-1-l named: 24-May-2016 16:39:48.346 client
Splunk is showing these events in their local time i.e 16:39:48.346 which is causing future timestamping since my SH is in UTC.
Below is props.conf
TIME_PREFIX=named\[\d+\]\:\s TIME_FORMAT=%d-%b-%Y %H:%M:%S.%Q MAX_TIMESTAMP_LOOKAHEAD = 24 TZ=UTC
I event tried setting commenting out TZ=UTC but to no avail.
Any idea please ?
You have to configure TZ in the forwarder, if you apply in the indexer it doesn't apply.
Hope i help you
I think i should not specify TZ=UTC as that is telling splunk that all the sourcetypes are in UTC which is not the case. Should i set up datetime_config=current since my HF are in UTC or doing it per source is my only option ?