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Why python file executes successfully to add data to an index through Splunk Python SDK, but no events are found in the index?

Bhuavana
Explorer

Hi,
Im trying to add data to the index through Splunk Python SDK . Here .py file is executed successfully but no events found inside the index
Here are my code
import splunklib.client as client
import sys,os
import socket
............................

Create a Service instance and log in

service = client.connect(
host=HOST,
port=PORT,
username=USERNAME,
password=PASSWORD,
owner=OWNER,
app=APP)

Retrieve the index for the data

myindex = service.indexes["test_index"]

myindex = service.indexes.create("test_index2")

with myindex.attached_socket(sourcetype='test') as sock:

#sock.send("Test event\r\n")

sock.close()

Open a socket

mysocket = myindex.attach()

Send events to it

mysocket.send("This is my socket event\r\n")

Close the socket

mysocket.close()

print "everything done"

Code Type 2 :
import splunklib.client as client
import sys,os
.................................

Create a Service instance and log in

service = client.connect(
host=HOST,
port=PORT,
username=USERNAME,
password=PASSWORD,
owner=OWNER,
app=APP)

Retrieve the index for the data

myindex = service.indexes["test_index"]

Submit an event over HTTP

myindex.submit('This is my HTTP event',sourcetype='test', host='localhost')
Please verify and let me know what changes i have to do?

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kml_uvce
Builder

just checked without owner=OWNER,,app=APP . below code worked

service = client.connect(
host=HOST,
port=PORT,
username=USERNAME,
password=PASSWORD)

Retrieve the index for the data

myindex = service.indexes["test_index"]

Submit an event over HTTP

myindex.submit('This is my HTTP event',sourcetype='test', host='localhost')

need to investigate it...

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kairat
New Member

How about if there is long string, such as "37.31.31.31 - - [13/Dec/2015:23:08:40 +0100] ""POST /administrator/index.php HTTP/1.1"" 200 4494 """ ""Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.0; rv:34.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/34.0"" ""-""" Somehow it ignores it...

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kairat
New Member

The problem is about ": : : ". How to fix it????

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