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How to define a time range for specific time range logs to be collected every month?

lllidan
New Member

i want to collect logs that from 10 p.m to next day 4 a.m everyday in per month , how can i define the time range ? it seems "date_hour" field doesn't work.

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woodcock
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Like this:

Your Base Search Here
| eval date_hourmin = strftime(_time, "%H%M")
| where (date_hourmin >= 2200 AND date_hourmin <= 400)

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woodcock
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Like this:

Your Base Search Here
| eval date_hourmin = strftime(_time, "%H%M")
| where (date_hourmin >= 2200 AND date_hourmin <= 400)
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lllidan
New Member

your answer solved my problem , except one mistake , "| where date_hourmin>=2200 OR date_hourmin<=400"

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manish_singh_77
Builder

earliest=@d-2h latest=@d+4h

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lllidan
New Member

this search can only display one day's logs, if I select the time range option with "month to date", it just display today's logs, not everyday's specific time range.

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woodcock
Esteemed Legend

remove the earliest= and latest= parts of the search string.

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lllidan
New Member

"@d-2h @d+4h" like this ?

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manish_singh_77
Builder

Try this as well and let me know in case of any queries..

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