Hi, I posted this new thread to be separately dealt with previous post of mine titled as follows:
"Running Saved Searches with Default Index _internal."
(Click on the following link: http://splunk-base.splunk.com/answers/83946/running-saved-searches-with-default-index-_internal?open...)
And now I want to ask a new question as follows:
After I have my saved searches scheduled and executed them, then how can I check the current number of my scheduled searches being queued up since start of their execution ? Any suggestion ?
Simon, I converted my comments into new question as in the following title:
In that link you'll see my follow-up question on your comments above 🙂
Hi, Simon. Thanks for your clarifying comment to my question.
Due to the log results that I performed your suggested strings, I post the log results in Answer thread. So please, refer to my answer below. Sorry for confusion.
Let me put the original question in the following way:
How can I check the current number of queued-up "summary indexing populating searches" that have so far been run ?
Here is the situation:
1. There is one Search Head.
2. There are two different indexers: Indexer 1 and Indexer 2.
3. Summary indexing is happening on Search Head.
Considered the above background, I hope that this changed question might be much clearer to answer to from happy splunkers.