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Firewall logs going into separate index: Why the error "Searching - No results found. Try expanding the time range"?

willspk
Loves-to-Learn Lots

Hey everyone,

I've got all our firewall logs going into separate index.

When I perform a search just using the index as a value, for example index="sec-firewalls" the results vary quite a bit.

I get nothing for real-time unless I select all time (real-time). Under relative results I get nothing for today. Nothing for last 15 minutes, last 4 hours etc. Again, the only option that works is All time.

When I'm looking at real-time results, it's about 2hr30m behind.

I am using the Splunk Add-on for Cisco ASA for this index.

Anyone able to assist me with what's happening here?

Thanks,

Will

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willspk
Loves-to-Learn Lots

Just wanted to add that I'm in directory of the index itself, inside the latest hot directory I can see it's populating with data.

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