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@japearson thank you so much for this! spent hours trawling to work out why this wouldn't work - its NOT due to btrfs or xfs support, just permissions!
To work around the unusable filesystem issue you need to mount in a volume from the host for the /opt/splunk/var/lib
For example I started docker like this:
docker run -v /data/splunk-test:/opt/splunk/var/lib -p 8000:8000 -it alexanderm/docker-splunk bash
Beforehand I created the /data/splunk-test directory and did a chown 1000:1000 on it (which the the uid and guid of the splunk user inside docker)
Then splunk starts happily.
When I try to run splunk in docker it looks like splunk doesn't support aufs. Did you not have the following error?:
homePath='/opt/splunk/var/lib/splunk/audit/db' of index=_audit on unusable filesystem.
Validating databases (splunkd validatedb) failed with code '1'. If you cannot resolve the issue(s) above after consulting documentation, please file a case online at http://www.splunk.com/page/submit_issue