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How to filter last 24hrs events from inputlookup

gopiven
Explorer

Hello Splunk Experts

As I have scheduled search(running every hr) creating output lookup file and from there I am using that as input lookup in my dashboards to draw trends for last 7 days and 24 hrs.
However for last 7 days I am able to draw the trend but for 24 hrs I dont know how to filter the events from the overall lookup.

Overall the lookup contains 7 days data and I need to draw the trend for last 7 days and 24 hrs trend.

Kindly help me with the concept please.

Thanks

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siddharthkhatsu
Explorer

| inputlookup lookupname | addinfo | where time_field < info_max_time and time_field> info_min_time

P.S. it works best if you have your time field in epoch, else you need to do pre processing on your time field like

| inputlookup lookupname | eval time_field= strptime(time_field, time_format) | addinfo | where time_field < info_max_time and time_field> info_min_time

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woodcock
Esteemed Legend

Like this:

|inputlookup YourLookupFileWithTimeDateFieldHere
| where _time >= relative_time(now(), "-24h")

gopiven
Explorer

Thanks Woodcock for the response.

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siddharthkhatsu
Explorer

| inputlookup lookupname | addinfo | where time_field < info_max_time and time_field> info_min_time

P.S. it works best if you have your time field in epoch, else you need to do pre processing on your time field like

| inputlookup lookupname | eval time_field= strptime(time_field, time_format) | addinfo | where time_field < info_max_time and time_field> info_min_time

gopiven
Explorer

Thanks Sid - It worked for me.

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