I configured the Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring add-on with Splunk Observability Cloud in order to receive infrastructure metrics from Splunk Observability. The connection was successful, as confirmed by the Add-On's Connection Status test: However, when I try to search for any data using the sim flow command, I receive the following error: Error in "sim" command: Error executing SignalFlow program. error_msg=[SSL: TLSV1_ALERT_INTERNAL_ERROR] tlsv1 alert internal error (_ssl.c:1106)". Query used to test: | sim flow query="data('cpu.utilization', filter=filter('host', '*') and (not filter('cloud.provider', '*')) and (not filter('AWSUniqueId', '*')) and (not filter('gcp_id', '*')) and (not filter('azure_resource_id', '*')) and (not filter('kubernetes_node', '*')), extrapolation='last_value', maxExtrapolations=2).mean(by=['host']).count().publish()" I have done this kind of configuration several times, but I have never incurred in such an error. I even used the same query on another configuration to cross-check, and it's working fine. Could it be a connection issue? Perhaps the search head is blocking some outside connection? Or is my environment using a different SSL package? Nevertheless, something seems to be preventing data from coming in. Additionally sharing type+version of the OS instance: And OpenSSL version: Does anyone have any suggestions, tips, ideas? Thanks!
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