Manage data configuration for Stream forwarders
At installation time, Splunk Stream automatically configures universal forwarders to send data from the Splunk App for Stream
splunk_TA_stream to your index over the Splunk Stream TA for Wire Data
Manage The Splunk Add-on for Stream Forwarder
Splunk_TA_stream stats data
The Splunk Add-on for Stream Forwarder sends operational statistics and log data to
_internal index. Splunk App for Stream uses this data to populate built-in dashboards, including the Stream Estimate dashboard.
Splunk_TA_stream sends three event types to
streamfwd* event type comes from the Stream forwarder's local log file. The forwarder monitors that log file along with other files in the
$SPLUNK_HOME/var/log/splunk/ directory. The data that
streamfwd* contains is the same data found in
stream:log. You can safely block the
streamfwd* event type to avoid indexing duplicate data.
For more information, see Include or exclude specific incoming data in the Getting Data In manual.
Modify universal forwarder data limits
By default, the Splunk universal forwarder sends a maximum of 256 Kbps of data to indexers. Depending on your
streamfwd configuration, your deployment might generate more data than this.
To modify or remove the default universal forwarder limit:
2. Modify the
[thruput] stanza. For example:
[thruput] maxKBps = 0
Use SSL keys for decryption on forwarders
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk Stream™: 8.0.1, 8.0.2, 8.1.0
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