When I do a search, the search results only show the lines of the logs that are matching my query. Is it possible to show the entire log in the search results? For example, if I search for "FooLogs", the results will correctly show all log files that contain "FooLogs", but only show the line that contains those words. I want to know if I can show the entire contents of the log files that contain the search query.
Have a try
index=foo source=foo.log| reverse | streamstats count(eval(searchmatch("xxxxx"))) AS xyz | reverse | stats list(_raw) AS wholeLogFile by xyz| table wholeLogFile
index=_internal source="/opt/splunk/var/log/splunk/scheduler.log"| reverse | streamstats count(eval(searchmatch("xxxxx"))) AS xyz | reverse | stats list(_raw) AS wholeLogFile by xyz| table wholeLogFile
You'll have to change your query to something more generic. Look at the output for the "FooLogs" search and find the index and source fields. Use them to compose a new query that will return everything in the same source as FooLogs. For example,
Thanks, I tried this but I am now getting multiple output lines in the search results from the same log file. I want to have one result per log file that has all the content of the file.