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How to get a time chart of license usage based on source for the last 7 days

pdantuuri0411
Explorer

How to get a time chart of license usage based on source for the last 7 days.

I tried the monitoring console to get the intended results but, it doesn't seem to give out the results for all source types.

Regards.

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richgalloway
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

If the MC has a panel that is close to what you need, copy it to your own app and modify it to do what you want.
Consider starting with the "Daily License Usage" panel in the "License Usage - Previous 30 Days" dashboard.

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pdantuuri0411
Explorer

Thank you for the quick reply @richgalloway

I used the below query and got the intended results based on source. However, I have a followup question.

The query gives 10 results and the rest of the results go to "OTHER", What is the criteria on what sources are shown and what sources are included in OTHER.

dmc_licensing_base_usage(dw07apl43.cityofchicago.org,"") | dmc_licensing_usage_all(dw07apl43.cityofchicago.org, dmc_licensing_stack_size_srch, dw07apl43.cityofchicago.org, "s", "") | sort -_time

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to4kawa
Ultra Champion

check your search query with command+shift+E OR ctrl+shift+E
and modify timechart with useother=f

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