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Where services run in Splunk UBA

View /opt/caspida/conf/deployment/caspida-deployment.conf to see where services are running in your deployment.

To see where services run in other deployments, view the .conf files in the /opt/caspida/conf/deployment/recipes directory. For example, to see where services run in a 7-node deployment, see the /opt/caspida/conf/deployment/recipes/deployment-7_node.conf file:

##
# Copyright (C) 2005-2016 Splunk Inc. All rights reserved.
# All use of this Software is subject to the terms and conditions accepted upon installation of
# and/or purchase of license for the Software.
##

#
# 7-node deployment configuration
# Replace node1,node2..node7 with respective ipaddress/hostname during
# deployment
#
caspida.cluster.nodes=node1,node2,node3,node4,node5,node6,node7
zookeeper.servers=node1,node2,node3
hadoop.namenode.host=node1
hadoop.snamenode.host=node2
hadoop.datanode.host=node4,node5,node6,node7
persistence.datastore.tsdb=node1:8086
database.host=node1
#database.standby=node8
persistence.redis.server=node4,node5
hive.host=node1
spark.master=node7:7077
spark.worker=node7
spark.history=node7
spark.server=node7
impala.statestore.host=node1
impala.catalog.host=node1
kafka.brokers=node2:9092
kafka.ssl.brokers=node2:9093
impala.server.host=node1
uiServer.host=node1
jobmanager.restServer=node1:9002
jobmanager.agents=node2
rule.offline.exec.host=node1
rule.realtime.exec.host=node1
sysmonitor.host=node1
resourcesmonitor.host=node1
output.connector.host=node1
kubernetes.restServer=node1:6443
system.network.interface=eth0
container.master.host=node1
container.worker.host=node3,node4,node5,node6

The node numbers represent the Splunk UBA host names in the order they were specified when running the /opt/caspida/bin/Caspida setup command during setup. For example, if you specified ubahost1,ubahost2,ubahost3,ubahost4,ubahost5, then node 1 corresponds to ubahost1, node 2 corresponds to ubahost2, and so on.

You can view the order in which the host names were entered by performing the following stepss:

  1. Log in to any Splunk UBA node as the caspida user.
  2. Run the following command:
    grep caspida.cluster.nodes /opt/caspida/conf/deployment/caspida-deployment.conf

    Below is a sample output of this command:

    caspida.cluster.nodes=ubahost1,ubahost2,ubahost3,ubahost4,ubahost5
Last modified on 13 April, 2021
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® User Behavior Analytics: 5.0.0, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.0.3, 5.0.4, 5.0.4.1, 5.0.5, 5.0.5.1


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