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Splunk shows "The lookup table does not exist"

peterchow
Explorer

My splunk show the following message suddenly but I don know how to solve it. I tried to search 'ns_log' and 'ns_msg_lookup' but cannot find it. Please advice. Thanks

The lookup table 'ns_msg_lookup' does not exist. It is referenced by configuration 'ns_log'.
[subsearch]: The lookup table 'ns_msg_lookup' does not exist. It is referenced by configuration 'ns_log'.
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sander980
Explorer

I found this in the Citrix Netscaler app - Splunk_TA_Citrix-NetScaler

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sundareshr
Legend

If you have admin privileges, you should see the lookup table listed in Settings > Lookups > Lookup Table Files If you do not have admin privileges, you may not see it, if you haven't been given permissions. Contact your Splunk Admin.

If you are the admin, see if any new automatic lookups have been set and disable them.

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gcusello
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

check the permission of your user, maybe you haven't the correct grants to the lookup.
Bye.
Giuseppe

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peterchow
Explorer

As i mentioned, I cannot find those lookup table

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sheamus69
Communicator

Is the lookup listed in Settings > Lookups > Lookup Table Files?

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gcusello
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

go in your $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps/yourapp/metadata/ and search in file local.meta the name of your lookup, you should find the lookup.
If you don't find it in yourapp directory search it in other apps.
Bye.
Giuseppe

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