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serverclass.seed.xml.conf

The following are the spec and example files for serverclass.seed.xml.conf.

serverclass.seed.xml.conf.spec

#   Version 6.6.1

<!--
# This configuration is used by deploymentClient to seed a Splunk installation with applications, at startup time.
# This file should be located in the workingDir folder defined by deploymentclient.conf.
#
# An interesting fact - the DS -> DC communication on the wire also uses this XML format.
-->
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<deployment name="somename">

    <!--
    # The endpoint from which all apps can be downloaded.  This value can be overridden by serviceClass or ap declarations below.
    # In addition, deploymentclient.conf can control how this property is used by deploymentClient - see deploymentclient.conf.spec.
    -->
    <endpoint>$deploymentServerUri$/services/streams/deployment?name=$serviceClassName$:$appName$</endpoint>

    <!--
    # The location on the deploymentClient where all applications will be installed. This value can be overridden by serviceClass or
    # app declarations below.
    # In addition, deploymentclient.conf can control how this property is used by deploymentClient - see deploymentclient.conf.spec.
    -->
    <repositoryLocation>$SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps</repositoryLocation>

    <serviceClass name="serviceClassName">
        <!--
        # The order in which this service class is processed.
        -->
        <order>N</order>

        <!--
        # DeploymentClients can also override these values using serverRepositoryLocationPolicy and serverEndpointPolicy.
        -->
        <repositoryLocation>$SPLUNK_HOME/etc/myapps</repositoryLocation>
        <endpoint>splunk.com/spacecake/$serviceClassName$/$appName$.tgz</endpoint>

        <!--
        # Please See serverclass.conf.spec for how these properties are used.
        -->
        <continueMatching>true</continueMatching>
        <restartSplunkWeb>false</restartSplunkWeb>
        <restartSplunkd>false</restartSplunkd>
        <stateOnClient>enabled</stateOnClient>

        <app name="appName1">
            <!--
            # Applications can override the endpoint property.
            -->
            <endpoint>splunk.com/spacecake/$appName$</endpoint>
        </app>
        <app name="appName2"/>

    </serviceClass>
</deployment>


serverclass.seed.xml.conf.example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<deployment name="root">
  <serverClass name="spacecake_apps">
    <app name="app_0">
      <repositoryLocation>$SPLUNK_HOME/etc/myapps</repositoryLocation>
      <!-- Download app_0 from the given location -->
      <endpoint>splunk.com/spacecake/apps/app_0.tgz</endpoint>
    </app>
    <app name="app_1">
      <repositoryLocation>$SPLUNK_HOME/etc/myapps</repositoryLocation>
      <!-- Download app_1 from the given location -->
      <endpoint>splunk.com/spacecake/apps/app_1.tgz</endpoint>
    </app>
  </serverClass>
  <serverClass name="foobar_apps">
    <!-- construct url for each location based on the scheme below and download each app -->
    <endpoint>foobar.com:5556/services/streams/deployment?name=$serverClassName$_$appName$.bundle</endpoint>
    <app name="app_0"/>
    <app name="app_1"/>
    <app name="app_2"/>
  </serverClass>
  <serverClass name="local_apps">
    <endpoint>foo</endpoint>
    <app name="app_0">
      <!-- app present in local filesystem -->
      <endpoint>file:/home/johndoe/splunk/ds/service_class_2_app_0.bundle</endpoint>
    </app>
    <app name="app_1">
      <!-- app present in local filesystem -->
      <endpoint>file:/home/johndoe/splunk/ds/service_class_2_app_1.bundle</endpoint>
    </app>
    <app name="app_2">
      <!-- app present in local filesystem -->
      <endpoint>file:/home/johndoe/splunk/ds/service_class_2_app_2.bundle</endpoint>
    </app>
  </serverClass>
</deployment>


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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Enterprise: 6.6.1


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