Before installing this app, you must have the following downloaded from Splunkbase and installed in your Splunk instance:
- [Required] Install Python for Scientific Computing (PSC) add-on, version >= 4.0.0 (Linux | MacOS | Windows)
Note: The installer for version 4.0.0 of the PSC add-on is bigger than the default upload limit for Splunk Web. Follow these instructions to increase the Splunk Web upload limit to at least 1 GB.
1. Create a file called $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/system/local/web.conf with the following stanza:
[settings] max_upload_size = 1024
This app should be installed on the search head only. We currently do not support distributed search and search head clustering. Installing the app via browser is recommended; CLI install is not required. For Splunk Cloud, refer to Install apps in your Splunk Cloud deployment. For customer managed deployments, refer to the standard methods for Splunk Add-on installs as documented for a Single Server Install or a Distributed Environment Install.
No special configuration is required to run this app.
Navigate to the SPL Copilot for Splunk (beta) app by selecting it from the left-hand app panel or the app-selector dropdown menu. Once in the app, you will see a demo index in the dropdown menu and an accompanying query pre-populated in the search field below. Use this index or input another index you want to search with plain English. Click “Data Preview” and confirm your data is loading correctly. Next, you can select some example queries in plain English using the dropdown menu, or you can write your own. Click “Translate to SPL.” Next, select the query that looks closest to what you want to do. You can modify this query as-needed in the search bar below. Once your query is ready, click “Run Search.”
There are no known issues at this time.
If you run into any issues with the app, try refreshing your browser, or clicking the SPL Copilot for Splunk (beta) tab in the app bar at the top, and trying again.
There are no special instructions for upgrading this app to a newer version.
While this app is not supported by Splunk, the development team can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the splunk-usergroups Slack in the #machinelearning channel. Responses are made on a best effort basis. Feedback is always welcome and appreciated!
Learn more about the splunk-usergroups Slack here.
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