I have a clustered environment where I have 1 indexer master/license master, 1 search head deployer, 3 search heads in search head cluster and 2 indexers in an indexer cluster.
I have set up a monitoring console on the license master and changed it to distributed mode.
I can see my indexers there, but I don't see my search heads.
I followed the documentation and went to Settings -> Distributed Search -> Search Peers and tried doing add new search peer and provided my search head URL
I added all my search heads, but when I add it, I see that the cluster label shows as indexercluster1 - that's my indexer cluster label.
Why is my search head showing as an indexer cluster member when I add it here?
Also, the replication status gets set to Initial when I add it and then changes to Successful.
What is it replicating?
And even after this, when I check the topology under search heads it's not showing any of the above machines that I added.
I presume it's considering them as indexers as its showing the indexer cluster label.
How do I fix this so that I can monitor my search heads and the search head deployer too through this monitoring console?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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