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Summary indexing using spath limited to 50,000, but verbose search works with 78,000 rows. How do I populate the summary index with the entire data set?

DanielFordWA
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Hi,

I pull data into Splunk using the REST API Modular Input. The data is returned in json format.

I store the data in one index and run a scheduled search against this index once a day to populate a summary index to use with dashboards and analysis.

The following in verbose mode returns 78k+, but when using to populate the summary index, it only returns 50,000 results into the summary index.

index=rest_ent_prod | spath output=GUID path=users{} | bucket span=1d _time | stats count by _time GUID groupName groupId

Can anyone help me populate the entire data set into the summary index?

Thanks,

Dan

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DanielFordWA
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Fixed it with the below.

index=rest_ent_prod | spath output=GUID path=users{} | bucket span=1d _time | table _time GUID groupName groupId | mvexpand GUID | dedup _time, GUID, groupName, groupId | table _time GUID groupName groupId

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DanielFordWA
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Fixed it with the below.

index=rest_ent_prod | spath output=GUID path=users{} | bucket span=1d _time | table _time GUID groupName groupId | mvexpand GUID | dedup _time, GUID, groupName, groupId | table _time GUID groupName groupId

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