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DB Connect Rising old logs

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Database connection via DB connect in rising mode

It was presented that logs stopped arriving for a range of 2 hours

If the configuration is in rising, it is understood that only new records are brought, and if there is no data in a time range, is it because the database does not have that information?

Because that is what I am going to answer to the client, that he check directly in the database if the data in that time range exists or does not exist

or should I check something else?

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richgalloway
SplunkTrust
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Yes, the use of a rising column means only new data will be read from the DB.  That presumes, of course, that the instance running DB Connect was running for those 2 hours and the DBX input was enabled.

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richgalloway
SplunkTrust
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Yes, the use of a rising column means only new data will be read from the DB.  That presumes, of course, that the instance running DB Connect was running for those 2 hours and the DBX input was enabled.

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