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Universal Forwarder Stanza

iherb_0718
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Universal Forwarder installed on a Windows server using all default settings.

Where can I find the stanza that has the types of events it is logging so that I can validate it received th

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richgalloway
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No one stanza has that information.  The best way, IMO, to see what a UF is sending to the indexers is use btool.  On the server running the UF, run this CLI command:

C:\Program Files\SplunkUniversalForwarder\bin\splunk.exe btool -debug inputs list

You will need the admin credentials you defined when you installed the forwarder.  It will then spit out a list of all of its input stanzas and associated settings.

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richgalloway
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No one stanza has that information.  The best way, IMO, to see what a UF is sending to the indexers is use btool.  On the server running the UF, run this CLI command:

C:\Program Files\SplunkUniversalForwarder\bin\splunk.exe btool -debug inputs list

You will need the admin credentials you defined when you installed the forwarder.  It will then spit out a list of all of its input stanzas and associated settings.

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venkatasri
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Hi @iherb_0718 

Open cmd line and navigate to %SPLUNK_HOME%\bin in Windows and execute the following command to find the input stanzas being configured by default.

 

splunk btool inputs list

 

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