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Are there any plans to migrate Splunk to Python 3.x?

matthewroberson
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Is this on Splunk's roadmap? The clock is ticking...

https://pythonclock[.]org/

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atammana_splunk
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

@matthewroberson69 Splunk Enterprise will be migrating to support Python 3.7, alongside Python 2.7.

See here for forward-looking documentation, which will be updated until its release: https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/latest/Python3Migration/AboutMigration

Follow this answers post for updates:
https://answers.splunk.com/answers/755096/how-can-i-learn-about-updates-to-python-3-document.html

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bhargavnariyani
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@matthewroberson69 For reference: http://dev.splunk.com/view/SP-CAAAFG7

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ddrillic
Ultra Champion

A related thread at Support Python 3

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matthewroberson
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I noticed this before I posted. Somehow the fact that the Splunk Python SDK is going to support Python version 3 isn't very reassuring. If I do the command below on one of my search heads, I get over 1000 results. Splunk seems to use Python a lot, which is fine as long as they have a plan to migrate to Python 3, but does Splunk have a plan?

[splunk@hostname etc]$ find . -name "*.py*" 
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