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Real Time License Usage

Real Time License Usage App
This is a simple yet sophisticated app that all enterprise users can take advantage of.
Making use of Splunk 4.2 new and shiny gauges in a slick dashboard it shows predicted license usage for the day in a very cool visual way.
One can see all in one page the following:
- Current license usage for the day
- Current indexing thruput
- How much more license will be used predicted on the given current thruput
- Finally, Total Predicted License usage for the day (12:00:00 am to 11:59:59 PM)

This is the first version of this app and I might end up building more upon it.

Release Notes

Version 1.0
March 18, 2011

March 18, 2011
Modified/fixed CSS

March 16, 2011
It was brought to my attention that at restart splunk would complain about such errors:
Checking configuration... Error while parsing '/opt/splunk/etc/apps/RTLicenseUsage/default/._setup.xml': not well-formed (invalid token): line 1, column 0
It seems developing this app in a MacOS environment had added some ._files that were causing this issue.
I have removed such files from the installation package and no such errors should be visible any longer.

March 15, 2011
Fixed typos
Modified XML so that main Gauge is larger and more predominant.


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