Monitoring Splunk

How to see all open files,pipes,network socket open by splunk on Linux?

Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

I'd like to see any file open or also network sockets for the splunkd(including forked processes) and splunkweb.

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Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

This would show pretty much everything

$SPLUNK_HOME/bin $ ./splunk status | egrep [[:digit:]]+ -o | xargs -I {} lsof -p {} 

This would filter out most internal files, network sockets and used libs (although it could filter out also unwanted stuff)

 $SPLUNK_HOME/bin $ ./splunk status | egrep [[:digit:]]+ -o | xargs -I {} lsof -p {} 
    | egrep -v '(TCP|UDP)|\.so| (pipe|anon_inode|socket)|/db/|var/log/splunk/|fishbucket'

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Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

This would show pretty much everything

$SPLUNK_HOME/bin $ ./splunk status | egrep [[:digit:]]+ -o | xargs -I {} lsof -p {} 

This would filter out most internal files, network sockets and used libs (although it could filter out also unwanted stuff)

 $SPLUNK_HOME/bin $ ./splunk status | egrep [[:digit:]]+ -o | xargs -I {} lsof -p {} 
    | egrep -v '(TCP|UDP)|\.so| (pipe|anon_inode|socket)|/db/|var/log/splunk/|fishbucket'

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