A customer has a search cluster (SHC) of six members split evenly between two data centers (DC). The customer is concerned with network connectivity between the two DCs due to frequent outages. Which of the following is true as it relates to SHC resiliency when a network outage occurs between the two DCs?
When monitoring and forwarding events collected from a file containing unstructured textual events, what is the difference in the Splunk2Splunk payload traffic sent between a universal forwarder (UF) and indexer compared to the Splunk2Splunk payload sent between a heavy forwarder (HF) and the indexer layer? (Assume that the file is being monitored locally on the forwarder.)
A customer has the following Splunk instances within their environment: An indexer cluster consisting of a cluster master/master node and five clustered indexers, two search heads (no search head clustering), a deployment server, and a license master. The deployment server and license master are running on their own single-purpose instances. The customer would like to start using the Monitoring Console (MC) to monitor the whole environment.
On the MC instance, which instances will need to be configured as distributed search peers by specifying them via the UI using the settings menu?