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Find the target indexer node responsible for causing indexqueue blocked across multiple source indexer nodes

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index=_internal source=*splunkd.log*  host=<all indexer hosts> bucketreplicator full earliest=-15m | stats count dc(host) as num_indexer_blocked_by_peer by peer | where num_indexer_blocked_by_peer > 0 AND count > 0 | join type=left peer [ search index=_introspection  host=<all indexer hosts> hostwide earliest=-10m | stats values(data.instance_guid) as peer by host]
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