Splunk stops after restart in CentOS



I am new to Splunk and using CentOS 8. localhost:8000 is not reachable after a restart.


please help.Splunk Boot Start Error.png

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That screen shot does not demonstrate an unreachable Splunk UI at port 8000.  At best, it says the PATH environment variable is not set to look in the current directory or in /opt/splunk/splunk/bin (an unusual location, BTW) for commands.

With the current directory shown you can use these commands:

./splunk enable boot-start

./splunk status

The first will fail, however, because you are not root.  Switch to root or use sudo to enable boot-start.

If this reply helps you, an upvote would be appreciated.
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