Splunk On Ubuntu

Splunk is a useful software to find, monitor and analyze the data generated by an application, systems and it infrastructure through the scale on the stylish web-style interface. Splunk capture, indexing and linking data real-time in a repository which we can search and can also generate charts. , reports, alerts, dashboards and visualization, too. "

Please visit his official website, and also you can download for free and some are paid,

To download it, you can customize with your device, whether 32 bit or 64 bit

following is the Division, so that you are not hard to find it.

For 32bit
wget -O splunk-4.3.4-136012.i386.rpm 'http://www.splunk.com/page/download_track?file=4.3.4/splunk/linux/splunk-4.3.4-136012.i386.rpm&ac=&wget=true&name=wget&typed=releases'

For 64bit
wget -O splunk-4.3.4-136012-linux-2.6-x86_64.rpm 'http://www.splunk.com/page/download_track?file=4.3.4/splunk/linux/splunk-4.3.4-136012-linux-2.6-x86_64.rpm&ac=&wget=true&name=wget&typed=releases'

Continue installation: [replace splunk-4.3.4. xxxxxx. rpm with splunk-4.3.4-136012. i386. rpm (32 bit) or splunk-4.3.4-136012-linux-2.6-x86_64.rpm (64 bit)]
yum localinstall --nogpgcheck splunk-4.3.4.xxxxxx.rpm
rpm -i splunk-4.3.4.xxxxxx.rpm

Wait for the installation process is finished and then you can run on your linux installs or splunk by way of entering the following command at the terminal:
/opt/splunk/bin/splunk start

Then for opening an SPLUNK web interface by means of entry into the browser as below.
enter to browser : http://domain-or-ip-COS:8000

If you want to access from the internet can be, because of the SPLUNK uses port 8000, then as usual open port 8000 on the incoming firewall
Login with
user :admin ,
password : changeme

Then will appear a page that asks you to change the password, you can traverse it by selecting the skip.

Notes: If while running SPLUNK appear a message like this:
-bash: ./splunk: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

You can just deal with it by way of typing the following command in your terminal
yum -y install glibc.i686

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