We have this dashboard that recently started alerting us on a risky command. We were using the fit command.
I followed the docs and added the following line to the newly created commands.conf that i had put in the apps local folder to push.
[fit] is_risky = false
According to the docs, i assumed that this would just disable the warning for using that command. After i put it into the specified apps local folder, /export/opt/splunk/etc/shcluster/apps/<app-name>/local, I pushed the bundle and it seemed to have put it in the apps default folder on the search heads. But the biggest issue here is that once i pushed that bundle, splunk doesn't recognize the fit.py file any more. I tested putting that commands.conf in the apps default folder, same thing. I tested this a few times, and while im glad that the bundle pushes were working, im a bit confused as to why splunk no longer recognizes that command even though im only using the is_risky=false, which should only stop the warning.
Any help on this matter would be appreciated. Thank you. And if you could also answer as to why the local file in the app's directory is pushing to the apps default folder on the search heads, that would be a bonus. Thank you.
If you add the stanza [fit] is_risky=false to /opt/splunk/etc/shcluster/apps/Splunk_ML_Toolkit/local/commands.conf on the SHC deployer, then apply the bundle to the SHC members, it seems to have resolved the problem of Splunk not finding fit.py.
Had a similar issue. After adding "[fit] is_risky = false" to commands.conf, Splunk complained that it could not find fit.py when executing the fit command from within my app. However, it could find fit.py if I ran the fit command within the MLTK app.