Dashboards & Visualizations

Two predictions (Day and Night) in one report

maryambagherik
Explorer

Hello Splunk community,

I need to do one prediction for two different time ranges in different span in one report.
The objective is making alert on the prediction of rate of messages: 1- from 5 am to10pm (span=10min) and 2- from 10pm to 5am (span=20 min).

It can be really easy, but as I'm new to Splunk, I couldn't find a proper way for it.

My base query is:

|tstats latest(msg) as msg where `sws_logs_indexes` sourcetype=sws:sag:msgpartners host="p*" mp_name="Bessserver*" sag_instance="*SAG12" by _time sag_instance mp_name span=10m
| stats sum(msg) as msg by _time sag_instance
| streamstats current=false latest(msg) as previous_msg by sag_instance
| eval rate=msg-previous_msg
| timechart span=10m avg(rate) as "Server msg rate"

| predict "Server msg rate" as prediction algorithm=LLP5 holdback=0 future_timespan=0 period=1008 upper75=upper75 lower75=lower75
|`forecastviz(24, 0, "Server msg rate", 75)`

| eval isOutlier = if(prediction!="" AND 'Server msg rate' != "" AND ('Server msg rate' < 'lower75(prediction)' OR 'Server msg rate' > 'upper75(prediction)'), 1, 0) | where isOutlier=1 |table _time,isOutlier

Labels (2)
0 Karma
Get Updates on the Splunk Community!

.conf24 | Day 0

Hello Splunk Community! My name is Chris, and I'm based in Canberra, Australia's capital, and I travelled for ...

Enhance Security Visibility with Splunk Enterprise Security 7.1 through Threat ...

 (view in My Videos)Struggling with alert fatigue, lack of context, and prioritization around security ...

Troubleshooting the OpenTelemetry Collector

  In this tech talk, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot the OpenTelemetry collector - from checking the ...