I'm running the command below:
sudo -u splunk /opt/splunk/bin/splunk cmd python /opt/splunk/bin/fill_summary_index.py -app search -name eligible -et -y -lt now -j 2 -owner admin -auth admin:password
I get the following back:
*** For saved search 'eligible' ***
No handlers could be found for logger "splunk.rest.format"
No scheduled times for your time range.
No searches to run
I'm not sure what the response back means exactly.
'eligible' is a scheduled search and I'm trying to run that same search but using it to backfill the summary index.
Are you running the search on a search head, but the summary index resides on indexers? You might need the -nolocal option.
But I really suspect that you need to include the -owner option, or perhaps change the permissions on the scheduled search eligible
More info on the options: Manage summary index gaps and overlaps
Is the scheduling enabled for the search? What is the time range you're using and what is the cron schedule for the search?
scheduling is enabled for the search. should I disable that?
I'm using Basic and running every minute. My search range is -7mon@mon and -7mon@mon+1h.
But there is data before that I need to backfill.