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extract a string from source and table the list for the associated hosts.

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I have many sources/logfiles in a host like this:

/opt/ab/logs/abcd/apache/abcd-tcm.log
/opt/xy/logs/xyzz/apache/xyzz-tcm.log
/opt/pq/logs/xyzz/apache/pqrs-tcm.log

Im interested in extracting the third string of the log and I tried it via the below command to MyFieldName.
rex field=source "(\/opt\/.\/logs\/(?.)\/apache\/.)"

Now I want to table out these MyFieldName for a list of hosts. How can I achieve this?
ie. Host A might have MyFieldName 4 values.

Host B misht MyFieldName 3 values.

These MyFieldName can be common amongst the hosts.

Im not able to get this ont-to-many (server-to-MyFieldName values) Table.

When I try to dedup host OR MyFieldName with belwo search , it truncates the results.

index="capgm" sourcetype=tc host=* | rex field=source "(\/opt\/.\/logs\/(?.)\/apache\/.)" | where MyFieldName like "%%" | rename MyFieldName AS NewField, host AS SERVER | table NewField, SERVER | dedup NewField

I want something like this

HOST MyFieldName

A xyzz
abcd

B xyzz
pqrs

C xyzz
abcd
pqrs

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SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi,

are you aware that your regular expression doesn't really extract a field?

This one should do the trick.

| rex field=source "\/opt\/[^\/]+?\/logs\/(?<myfield>[^\/]+?)\/"

An then do

| stats values(myfieldname) by host

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SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi,

are you aware that your regular expression doesn't really extract a field?

This one should do the trick.

| rex field=source "\/opt\/[^\/]+?\/logs\/(?<myfield>[^\/]+?)\/"

An then do

| stats values(myfieldname) by host

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Contributor

HI @pyro_wood ,

Thankyou for the help..

My logfile sometimes contains like this

/opt/pq/logs/xyzz.backup1213/apache/pqrs-tcm.log

How can I modify the expression to extrat only xyzz without the the word that follow '.' operator? like in above example

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SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi @samagar

like this \/opt\/[^\/]+?\/logs\/(?<myfield>\w+?)(?:\/|\.)

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Path Finder

Little bit hard to understand, but seems like you want to use the stats values function e.g.

... | stats values(myfieldname) by host