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The StackState 4.1 version range is End of Life (EOL) and no longer supported. We encourage customers still running the 4.1 version range to upgrade to a more recent release.

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What is the Splunk StackPack?

The Splunk StackPack synchronizes topology, events and metrics from Splunk to StackState.


The Splunk StackPack depends on the API Integration StackPack.

Synchronizing data from Splunk

The Splunk StackPack synchronizes different types of data from Splunk to StackState. The Splunk StackPack requires the API Integration StackPack and agent to be installed. Using specific checks, the Splunk StackPack periodically retrieves selected data from Splunk and stores it in StackState.

The Splunk StackPack supports three different types of information:

  • build topology out of Splunk data

  • retrieve events from Splunk

  • retrieve metrics from Splunk

StackState provides ability to call Splunk saved searches from the StackState Splunk plugin. This approach replaces index lookup by saved search, and takes data from a Splunk saved search instead.

Optional Prerequisites:

  • Your Splunk data source should be extended with a Splunk username and a valid namespace. This information is optional - if not provided, the default Search&Reporting is set as a namespace.


You can call Splunk saved searches in Telemetry Stream pane for selected Splunk components. Add a new stream to your component and provide following as Filters:

  • ~savedsearch - this filter requires a string value that represents the name under that search is saved in Splunk Reports.

  • ~savedsearchparam_<savedsearch_param_name> - if your search has some additional parameters (macro replacements from Splunk), they should be specified in this filter as the parameter name after _(underscore). Value is a string.


To call a Splunk saved search testsearch with parameter host and a hostname machine1 you need to add two filters in the Telemetry Stream:

~savedsearch == testsearch ~savedsearchparam_host == machine1

Further information

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