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9:37 30m@d

palisetty
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@gcusello

9:37 -30m@h
Sorry for asking this again. As far as I understand, I will tell you kindly correct me.
@h is current hour, which goes to 9. -30m which is 30 minutes before current hour, so it will be 8:30 - 8:59.


9:37 -30m@d
@d is current day at 0:00 hours. so -30m would be yesterday 23:30 to 23:59.

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pramit46
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If you run the following search at 09:37 AM:
index=_internal earliest=-1h@h lastest=now, then earliest time will be: 08:00 AM and latest time will be: 09:37 AM

If you run the following search at 09:37 AM:
index=_internal earliest=-1h lastest=now, then earliest time will be: 08:37 AM and latest time will be: 09:37 AM

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