Back from the brink?

I really gave up on blogging for a long time. “So busy” and all that. I’m trying to get back, lets just call all of that ‘excuses’. So in support of that, a whole bunch of housekeeping on the site. Latest and greatest remote exploits .. err I mean wordpress ūüėČ SSL by default thanks […]

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Nullqueue Sampling

One of the first things the average Splunk administrator has to learn about the hard way is how to send traffic to the Splunk nullQueue. ¬†It’s almost a rite of passage — you configure a new data source, somewhat unaware of the tens of thousands of mostly-useless events it produces. ¬†It blows out your license […]

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