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A tool for pushing PagerDuty logs to Splunk

Project description

This module allows you to take logs from PagerDuty and push them into Splunk for analysis. https://github.com/Sam-Martin/PagerDuty2Splunk


Installation

Provided you have Python installed, you can simply run:

pip install pagerduty2splunk

Examples

Relative: Push logs between yesterday and three days ago to Splunk:

pagerduty2splunk --log=INFO --start=1 --end=3 --splunk-token=XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX  --splunk-instance-id=prd-X-XXXXX --pagerduty-token=XXX-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Absolute: Push logs from 2016-01-01 to 2016-01-05 to Splunk:

pagerduty2splunk --log=INFO --start=2016-01-01 --end=2015-01-05 --splunk-token=XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX  --splunk-instance-id=prd-X-XXXXX --pagerduty-token=XXX-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Arguments

  • splunk-instance-id is the subdomain of your Splunk instance in Splunk cloud
  • splunk-token is the token of your HTTP Event Collector.
  • pagerduty-token is your V2 API token (see Generating an API Key for more details).

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