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Refine your search. Get actions Tags: Asked: Feb 27, 2014 at 08:32 AM Seen: 362 times Last updated: Mar 12, '14 Follow this Question Email: Follow RSS: Answers Answers and Comments 22 People are This quick tutorial will help you get started with key features to help you find the answers you need. This quick tutorial will help you get started with key features to help you find the answers you need. check over here

Thanks very much for the effort and all the support. musskopf · Jul 16, 2014 at 03:30 PM Just tried now and it didn't work. musskopf · Jul 06, 2014 at 03:19 PM I was having similar issue here, Splunk doesn't create the result file, if nothing is returned... Answer by robsuh Mar 12, 2014 at 09:41 AM Comment 10 |10000 characters needed characters left btorresgil · Mar 26, 2014 at 02:20 PM The dashboards should populate after 5 mins. https://answers.splunk.com/answers/203935/dashboard-panels-showing-in-handler-savedsearch-er.html

You'll also notice the icon changes to just a larger magnifying glass. They tell us that we need to convert dashboards to HTML as a workaround but we have found that converting to Advanced XML has worked for us -- FYI, Splunk advises However, when I issued |loadjob savedSearch="admin:xxx:yyy", I got "Encountered an error while reading file '/aaa/var/run/splunk/dispatch/scheduler__admin_bbb_at_1405558800_3192/results.csv.gz'." In my case, this "events=true" works in both the search view and a dashboard panel Add Contributors of all backgrounds and levels of expertise come here to find solutions to their issues, and to help other users in the Splunk community with their own questions.

Get Started Skip Tutorial Splunk.com Documentation Splunkbase Answers Wiki Blogs Developers Sign Up Sign in FAQ Refine your search: Questions Apps Users Tags Search Home Answers ask a question Badges Tags I upgraded my Splunk from 5 to 6.1 a few weeks ago, and this problem only appeared today. With the help I've found here I have now a really good looking dashboard! I'm downvoting this post because: * This will be publicly posted as a comment to help the poster and Splunk community learn more and improve.

Contributors of all backgrounds and levels of expertise come here to find solutions to their issues, and to help other users in the Splunk community with their own questions. Get Started Skip Tutorial Splunk.com Documentation Splunkbase Answers Wiki Blogs Developers Sign Up Sign in FAQ Refine your search: Questions Apps Users Tags Search Home Answers ask a question Badges Tags Settings > Searches and Reports > PAN - Traffic - Applications > Schedule this search Rob Answer by robsuh Mar 11, 2014 at 10:18 PM Comment 10 |10000 characters needed characters https://answers.splunk.com/answers/121047/top-applications-error-message.html If I set it to the last day or so, it will start showing data in the dashboard panels.

It should actually still work in that mode also. Not what you were looking for? All rights reserved. All rights reserved.

  • Created a saved search with no results, still showing: Encountered an error while reading file '/xxxx/splunk/dispatch/scheduler_admin_dxxxxjcmVlbg_RMD5edaa75325ad60f36_at_140999940_5127/results.csv.gz'.
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  • Get actions Tags: savedsearchresults.csv Asked: Aug 30, 2013 at 03:35 AM Seen: 1174 times Last updated: Jul 16, '14 Follow this Question Email: Follow RSS: Answers Answers and Comments 23 People
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Asked: Jul 07, 2014 at 02:43 AM Seen: 373 times Last updated: Jul 7, '14 Related Questions Why am I getting error "Cannot parse time argument 'earliest_time': '2015-08-08'" trying to perform try here All of the other dashboards (Traffic, Threat, Content, WildFire, Console) return "No results found." for every panel. Thanks for any comments or suggestions. Not what you were looking for?

Answer by guilhem Nov 13, 2012 at 02:04 AM Comment 10 |10000 characters needed characters left Your answer Attachments: Up to 2 attachments (including images) can be used with a maximum check my blog Get Started Skip Tutorial Splunk.com Documentation Splunkbase Answers Wiki Blogs Developers Sign Up Sign in FAQ Refine your search: Questions Apps Users Tags Search Home Answers ask a question Badges Tags You can open the panel in search, and then use the job inspector to figure out more details related to why the search is failing. Answer by melting [Splunk] Oct 08, 2013 at 10:24 AM Comment 10 |10000 characters needed characters left caseypike · Oct 08, 2013 at 11:25 AM Not the answer I wanted... :)

Search Saved (scheduled) searches with no results: Encountered an error while reading file results.csv.gz 2 Hi guys,I have an issue with a saved (and scheduled) search with no result.If I schedule Get actions Tags: javascriptdisplay Asked: Oct 18, 2012 at 02:20 AM Seen: 2104 times Last updated: Dec 5, '12 Follow this Question Email: Follow RSS: Answers Answers and Comments 17 People Tweet Question Actions Stream Use this widget to see the actions stream for the question. this content This is the same problem as someone else posted about.

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The JS still crash but the charts are displayed. -As a side note I am running with splunk 4.3 & sideview utils 2.1, but I diddn't see in any of the I'm downvoting this post because: * This will be publicly posted as a comment to help the poster and Splunk community learn more and improve. Tweet Question Actions Stream Use this widget to see the actions stream for the question. Tweet Question Actions Stream Use this widget to see the actions stream for the question.

Refine your search. Search Search dispatch event error 1 Hello there! Add comment Your answer Attachments: Up to 2 attachments (including images) can be used with a maximum of 524.3 kB each and 1.0 MB total. have a peek at these guys It worked for us.

Get Started Skip Tutorial Splunk.com Documentation Splunkbase Answers Wiki Blogs Developers Sign Up Sign in FAQ Refine your search: Questions Apps Users Tags Search Home Answers ask a question Badges Tags dashboard savedsearch panel Question by yinzs02 Jun 24, 2014 at 01:17 PM 41 ● 1 ● 1 ● 3 Most Recent Activity: Answered by jkat54 8.8k ● 6 ● 10 ● strange behavior is that when I reload the page (on computers of my company), the crash always happen (in fact it happen also for me), BUT the chart is displayed after I'm downvoting this post because: * This will be publicly posted as a comment to help the poster and Splunk community learn more and improve.

In Splunk 6.0 saved searches are dispatched via the saved search endpoint, which requires the scheduler to be enabled. Refine your search. Privacy Policy Terms of Use Support Anonymous Sign in Create Ask a question Upload an App Explore Tags Answers Apps Users Badges Welcome Welcome to Splunk Answers, a Q&A forum for Each panel has a saved search attached to it.

Contributors of all backgrounds and levels of expertise come here to find solutions to their issues, and to help other users in the Splunk community with their own questions. Cloning to an inline search works. On nearly all the computers of my company (mac, apple, with different browser/ versions), the dashboard fail consistently to finish searches (it sometimes work however). Anyone have an idea for a fix? 1 Answer · Add your answer oldest newest most voted 0 I fixed it on our side.