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How to know when a Splunk ITSI Entity retired

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Is there an existing Splunk log that would identify the time an entity is "retired" in Splunk ITSI?

I recently had a significant amount of my entities retire for some reason despite the entities still sending metrics data to the metrics indexes. I do have an auto-retire policy in place, but I do not believe that any of the entities in question would not have sent data in the amount of time needed for the auto-retire policy to trigger on them. I am hoping to find a log that would help me identify when entities were retired and how they were retired, be it by the auto-retire policy or an admin making a mistake somehow.

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