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Need help to grep for a string from a search query.

Below is the sample result i get after running a query.

Mar  2 19:38:25  myhost  apache2: "123.12.13.14" - - [02/Mar/2017:19:38:25 +0000] "POST /here/is/my/url?p=12345a-12d-12e-12r-123456&t=1111ea-11c1-111e-111c-1111111-99999999 HTTP/1.1" http_status_code=500 http_response_bytes=291 http_referer="-" http_user_agent="Java1.6.0_75" http_response_time=6526 http_ttfb=6439

I need to extract that 9999999 ( after those 1111's) and list out in a separate field.I am finding difficult time to use rex in Splunk.Somebody please help me out here.

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Re: Need help to grep for a string from a search query.

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This will extract the last digits before the HTTP/1.1 and the field name will be Digits

... rex | (?<Digits>\d+)\sHTTP\/1\.1

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