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Is it possible to map one index to another index?

vjsplunk
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Is it possible to map one index to another index?

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vjsplunk
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To Map prod index to non-prod. Can you explain how to do that

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Mixing data from a production environment to a non-production environment is not usually recommended, often for security reasons.

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ITWhisperer
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SplunkTrust

You can create summary indexes, although this is primarily used for aggregated data.

The question would be, why are you trying to do this? What is your usecase?

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vjsplunk
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I haven't find any documents for mapping one index to another via summery index..Can you gave the documents or process

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SplunkTrust

Use summary indexing for increased search efficiency - Splunk Documentation

Summary indexes aren't really for this purpose though.

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vjsplunk
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Thank you. This is for mapping one prod index to another prod index

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