Splunk Search

How to check the search peer status via command line?

krishnani
New Member

Hello,

Is there any CLI command to check the peer status?

Thanks

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somesoni2
Revered Legend

Try this (gives xml output with status of all search peer)

./splunk _internal call /services/search/distributed/peers 

OR

./splunk search "| rest /services/search/distributed/peers | rename status as search_peer_status| table host replicationStatus search_peer_status startup_time "

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dd_msearles
Path Finder

Would this not be cleaner?

./splunk list search-server
Server at URI "11.22.33.44:8089" with status as "Up"
Server at URI "22.33.44.55:8089" with status as "Up"
Server at URI "33.44.55.66:8089" with status as "Up"
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somesoni2
Revered Legend

Try this (gives xml output with status of all search peer)

./splunk _internal call /services/search/distributed/peers 

OR

./splunk search "| rest /services/search/distributed/peers | rename status as search_peer_status| table host replicationStatus search_peer_status startup_time "

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krishnani
New Member

Thanks Somesh 🙂

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