Deployment Architecture

Search job execution in search head cluster environment

yutaka1005
Builder

I have two questions about search job execution when search head cluster is used.

  1. In a search head cluster, when I access a specific search head from a browser and search there, is the job execute with the search head that I access?
    Or, if there are members that have fewer load, will the member responsible for processing?

  2. Is there a way to check which members performed the schedule search?

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skalliger
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi,

  1. Yes, the searches you are doing in realtime are being ran on the server you are logged on to.
  2. Yes, if you're using the Monitoring Console (former DMC) it's quite easy. You can simply access a) the "Scheduler Activity" in the "Search" menu or b) the "Scheduler Delegation" in the "Search" > "Search Head Clustering" menu.

Skalli

edit: typo

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skalliger
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi,

  1. Yes, the searches you are doing in realtime are being ran on the server you are logged on to.
  2. Yes, if you're using the Monitoring Console (former DMC) it's quite easy. You can simply access a) the "Scheduler Activity" in the "Search" menu or b) the "Scheduler Delegation" in the "Search" > "Search Head Clustering" menu.

Skalli

edit: typo

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yutaka1005
Builder

Hi skalliger,

I'm sorry I have asked you many times.

Yes, the searches you are doing in realtime are being ran on the server you are logged on to.

→ Is this "realtime" means not "real-time searches" but "all searches" that I log in and execute from the GUI search screen?

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skalliger
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Yep, that's correct.
I referred to it as "realtime" because I simply distinguish "realtime" from "scheduled".
Any other questions? 🙂

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yutaka1005
Builder

Thank you for comment.

I understood it.

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