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How to cluster user based on number of jobs run in Splunk Machine Learning Toolkit?

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I have around 300 different users and I wanted to cluster them based on a number of jobs run. Can you please let me know how can I based the number of jobs run?

And what if I wanted to cluster them on an hourly scale when we have required fields?

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Can you try something like this:

index=_audit action=search info=granted search=* NOT "search_id='scheduler" NOT "search='|history" NOT "user=splunk-system-user" NOT "search='typeahead" NOT "search='| metadata type=* | search totalCount>0" |table user search maxtime timestamp
And later you may add timechart as per your requirement.

Let me know if this helps!!

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New Member

Thanks for your solution. But, It does't seem to work. I don't get any error but data is not being populated.


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