Splunk® Deployment Monitor App (Legacy)

Deploy and Use Splunk Deployment Monitor App

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View license usage

You can monitor license usage with the Deployment Monitor App. The license usage page shows a wide range of historical information. There's also a license report page page that provides details on daily license usage over a 60 day period.

License usage page

The license usage page in the deployment monitor contains two charts: one that shows the cumulative MB of data per day by source type, and a histogram that shows MB of data received across selectable criteria, including source type, host, source, indexer, forwarder, and license pool.

Further down the page, there's detailed information on usage statistics, with separate listings for several criteria, including sourcetype, host, source, indexer, forwarder, and license pool.

License report page

The license report page provides information on daily license usage. You can use this information to help estimate your license needs.

At the top of the page, there's a usage summary that provides peak and average usage statistics. Next, there's a chart that shows daily volume over the last four weeks. Finally, there's detailed information on daily usage over the last 60 days, ordered by indexer or license pool.

Last modified on 24 October, 2012
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Release notes

This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Deployment Monitor App (Legacy): 5.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.0.3, 5.0.4

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