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timerange rounding -1h@5m

0range
Communicator

How to round search time to 5 mins?
If i use span=5m fro timechart the time rounded to 1 minute looks awful.

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martin_mueller
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

I'd also like more details about your question. In the meantime, here's another guess: Are you annoyed by "half buckets" when your time range starts at 12:03 and it sticks those two minutes until 12:05 into a bucket, messing up counts and sums? Try adding partial=f to your timechart, it'll discard those buckets.

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martin_mueller
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

I'd also like more details about your question. In the meantime, here's another guess: Are you annoyed by "half buckets" when your time range starts at 12:03 and it sticks those two minutes until 12:05 into a bucket, messing up counts and sums? Try adding partial=f to your timechart, it'll discard those buckets.

0range
Communicator

Thanks) partial is enough.

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strive
Influencer

index=_internal earliest=-1h@h latest=-0h@h | timechart span=5m count by source

This sets span as 5m and you get 12 intervals.

If you give more details, it will be helpful to answer your question

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strive
Influencer

You mean you need time in interval of 5 minutes

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