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Running a saved search in splunk6

krish3
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Hi,

I am newbie to splunk still now I have configured forwarder, indexer and a splunk server.

Now i created a dashboard and saved it in indexer/Searchhead how can i search it from my splunk server in splunk6.

Thanks in advance!!

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somesoni2
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you have to create your dashboard in the same server/splunk instance where your saved search is configured, and the use the following command to get result of the saved search.

| savedsearch yoursavedsearchname

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somesoni2
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you have to create your dashboard in the same server/splunk instance where your saved search is configured, and the use the following command to get result of the saved search.

| savedsearch yoursavedsearchname
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krish3
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thanks for the info..

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somesoni2
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Nope, you can't execute a saved search in another Splunk instances from the web interface - unless you write your own custom command for doing something like that. You can Add your Indexer (on which the Search Head's Saved Search is querying) as Search peer and recreate the saved search.

In savedsearch , you'll provide name of your saved search which can be find from Manager->Searches & Reports.

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krish3
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I have created a saved search on search head is it possible to run that from master node.

And what should i give in savedsearch name is it that "unique id"(where can i find that ID)

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