Monitoring Splunk

What are some searches I can run to check out the current situation with my queues?

the_wolverine
Champion

I need some help with figuring out some potential blocked queues. What searches can be run to help me figure this out?

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Mick
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee
index=_internal source=*metrics.log group=queue | chart perc90(current_size) by name

Note: This will give you a table of queues by name. Take note of any queue sizes that are consistently greater than 500. By default, the queue size limit is 1000, so when a queue gets to that size, it is blocked and data-flow stops completely

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Mick
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee
index=_internal source=*metrics.log group=queue | chart perc90(current_size) by name

Note: This will give you a table of queues by name. Take note of any queue sizes that are consistently greater than 500. By default, the queue size limit is 1000, so when a queue gets to that size, it is blocked and data-flow stops completely

Stephen_Sorkin
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

It's often better to use "timechart" instead of "chart" so that you can see when specific queues were filled.

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