Monitoring Splunk

Re: How can I check the CPU utilization of the SH / indexer from the search?

chrisyounger
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi @damucka

Try running this query:

(component=Hostwide host=splunkitsi index=_introspection sourcetype=splunk_resource_usage) 
| eval cpu = 100 - 'data.cpu_idle_pct'
| timechart Median(cpu) AS "cpu" by host

There are plenty of good searches in the monitoring console you can use to try figure out why performance is bad.

All the best.

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damucka
Builder

Hi @chrisyoungerjds

Just simple search index=_introspection does not bring back any result for me. Would that mean I have no authorization for it? Or is it coming first with the ITSI product, which we do not have?

Kind Regards,
Kamil

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chrisyounger
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

No its not ITSI. You will need to be a Splunk admin role to see it.

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