Getting Data In

When using Splunk to retrieve data from an Oracle database, how do I reduce the returned results to only the last 30 days?

karthi2809
Contributor

Splunk database input query from oracle database ?

I am using Oracle database to retrieve data to Splunk and the database is getting slow because of searching from given data. So i need to reduce only last 30 days data.

Query :

SELECT test.request_ts FROM test WHERE  test.Request_Ts > '2018-10-05 00:00:00.000'
{{AND test.$rising_column$ > ? }}

Thanks in advance

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iamarkaprabha
Contributor

Hi karthi2809,

You can use DB Connect app and index the whole db data into splunk.
After you index the data, it will resolve the performance issue

karthi2809
Contributor

I am using db connect app only.but database getting slow

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iamarkaprabha
Contributor

Did you index the data ?
or are you using just dbx query

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karthi2809
Contributor

indexed the data.

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karthi2809
Contributor

I need to fetch last 30 days data to splunk.

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iamarkaprabha
Contributor

Hi ,

You can do one thing. Put the timestamp of the particular column in your DB table into Splunk. Any try that one out. It will index the data using the same timestamp of your DB.

Have you tried this method ??

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