Splunk® Supported Add-ons

Splunk Add-on for Apache Web Server

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Install the Splunk Add-on for Apache Web Server

Installation instructions

See Installing add-ons in Splunk Add-Ons for detailed instructions describing how to install a Splunk add-on in the following deployment scenarios:

Distributed deployments

Use the tables below to determine where and how to install this add-on in a distributed deployment of Splunk Enterprise.

Where to install this add-on

This table provides a quick reference for installing this add-on to a distributed deployment of Splunk Enterprise.

Splunk instance type Supported Required Comments
Search Heads Yes Yes Install this add-on to all search heads that require Apache Web Server management.
Indexers Yes Conditional Not required if you use heavy forwarders to monitor Apache Web Server log.
Required if you use universal or light forwarders to monitor Apache Web Server log output.
Heavy Forwarders Yes No Use any kind of forwarder.
Universal Forwarders Yes No Use any kind of forwarder.
Light Forwarders Yes No Use any kind of forwarder.

Distributed deployment feature compatibility

This table provides a quick reference for the compatibility of this add-on with Splunk distributed deployment features.

Distributed deployment feature Supported Comments
Search Head Clusters Yes You can install this add-on on a search head cluster for all search-time functionality.
Before installing this add-on to a cluster, remove the eventgen.conf file and all files in the Samples folder.
Indexer Clusters Yes You can install this add-on on a indexer cluster for all index-time functionality.
Before installing this add-on to a cluster, remove the eventgen.conf file and all files in the Samples folder.
Deployment Server Yes You can use deployment server to deploy the configured add-on .
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Supported Add-ons: released


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