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Adding saved search using splunk CLI with enableSched does not work

hkaiser
Path Finder

Hello all,

I'm trying to define splunk saved-search using the splunk CLI.
In order to enable scheduling of a saved search, I identified the option "enableSched" in the savedsearch.conf. I would like to enable this option. However it looks like enableSched is not supported on the CLI.

However it looks like the parameter is not supported:

/opt/splunk/bin/splunk edit saved-search -name 'Test123' -enableSched '1'

An error occurred:

In handler 'savedsearch': Argument "enableSched" is not supported by this handler.

Is there another possiblity to enable scheduling of a report from the command line?

Also is there any possiblity to get a list of all possible parameters of splunk? Looks like /bin/splunk help does not provide much detail in this case and the splunk online documentation about the CLI does not provide such detail.

Thank you.

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1 Solution

LukeMurphey
Champion

Instead of setting "enableSched", try "is_scheduled" instead. This should work:

/opt/splunk/bin/splunk edit saved-search -name 'Test123'  -is_scheduled '1'

I'm making a bug report to get them to make this more intuitive.

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LukeMurphey
Champion

Instead of setting "enableSched", try "is_scheduled" instead. This should work:

/opt/splunk/bin/splunk edit saved-search -name 'Test123'  -is_scheduled '1'

I'm making a bug report to get them to make this more intuitive.

arichman
Explorer

glad I found this!

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