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Probleme with splunk 6.4

Posted on 2016-10-06
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Hi evryone i have this problem with Splunk,
I received warnings from Splunk license pool.
Splunk Alert License Usage: alert_license_usage_quota_used_by_pool_brazil
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You need to contact Splunk Inc support. We cannot help you to rob them or tell their licence is wrongly applied.
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Thats how life is.
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