Monitoring Splunk

My Splunk is not working and cannot restart

urapaveerapan
Explorer

My Splunk is not working. It shows "This page can't be displayed"
Then I tried to restart Splunk but it's not working.
How should I fix this error?

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gcusello
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Hi Hi urapaveerapan,
usually prerequisites are described in installation documentation, but in splunkbase there isn't any documentation on this App.
in this url https://devpost.com/software/splunk-app-for-microsoft-system-center-configuration-manager-sccm I found that SCCM App must be installed on the Windows Machine where is installed SCCM, probably there are some executable for Windows.
As you can see in this documentation they suggest to install a forwarder on the SCCM Server with the App to send logs to Splunk.

Bye.
Giuseppe

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urapaveerapan
Explorer

Dear cusello,
Thank you very much. It's clear all the question.

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gcusello
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Hi Hi urapaveerapan,
usually prerequisites are described in installation documentation, but in splunkbase there isn't any documentation on this App.
in this url https://devpost.com/software/splunk-app-for-microsoft-system-center-configuration-manager-sccm I found that SCCM App must be installed on the Windows Machine where is installed SCCM, probably there are some executable for Windows.
As you can see in this documentation they suggest to install a forwarder on the SCCM Server with the App to send logs to Splunk.

Bye.
Giuseppe

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urapaveerapan
Explorer

Dear Giuseppe,
Thank you for your point. My server is Linux. I had installed new application from Splunk base after restart the Splunk. It's not working anymore. Now I just delete the new application and restart again which is working.
Does it because this application not support Linux or it's just not support some Splunk version?
Normally does the Add-on app always work in both Linux and Windows?

I'd downloaded this https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/2750/.

Thank you again for your point and I'm appreciate if you can answer my additional question.

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gcusello
Legend

Hi urapaveerapan,
could you share more informations (OS, version)?
At first sight, viewing your screenshot it seems that you are running your Splunk on a linux system but you configured the homepath of your indexes using "\" instead "/" as if you used an indexes.conf from a Windows Splunk.

Bye.
Giuseppe

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