If you talk nicely to your Splunk Sales Rep 🙂 he or she can probably tell you about all the paid Splunk Enterprise licenses in use within your company. He or she can also tell you about any other divisions or groups within your company that are doing a formal evaluation of Splunk.
However, a person can download the trial version of Splunk using any email name that they like, so there is no way that anyone could provide a complete list of trial versions in use.
A duplicate of this question was just posted several minutes ago:
If you are the same person using both accounts, this is not ok. You should not be using multiple accounts on Answers, especially to ask duplicate questions, creating unnecessary clutter on the site.
If the person who posted the duplicate question is your colleague, please coordinate in the future to not post the same questions. I just deleted that duplicate.
Apologies for the misunderstanding. I see you got an answer. Could you please post your final working search as an answer in the "Enter your answer here..." box below? That way we can resolve the post, and can share this with the other user trying to find the answer to the same question. Thanks
I'm having difficulty understanding your question.
Are you asking how you obtain a trial license for Splunk? If so, the default download of Splunk Enterprise will provide 60 days of 500MB/day data ingestion
I know how splunk trial license works. I am asking ... if we are using 60 day trail license in a distributed network, along with full license. Then how can we know that, how many users are using trial period and how many are using full version.
I appreciate the added information. Based on your question, being able to determine the users that access a specific search head for a specific license pool is as simple as determining which indexing pool the search head is pointing to.
How is your current licensing spread across your indexers?