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how to pick the time range for different source file

Path Finder

Hello ,

I have got an urgent requirement pls help me

I am different countries data pulled and indexed into SPLUNK daily
ex,Australia.csv,Budapest .csv,germany.csv etc for which i am generating 95th percentile values

Now the requirement is i should be able to generate 95th percentile only from Monday to Friday and only in working hours of that particular country which seems to be difficult

Right now i havve got an idea using the following query :

source="C:\germany.csv" host="SEZ00VVM-153" sourcetype="csv" date_wday!=saturday AND date_wday!=sunday date_hour>=9 date_hour<= 17 | eval Intraffic=IN/1048576 |timechart span=1h perc95(Intraffic) AS 95thPercentile

but when multiple files are indexing how should i tell splunk that working hours of germany is 9 to 5 and budapest is 10 to 4 etcc

thanks ,
Deepthi

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SplunkTrust

You could create a lookup file that contains country name and working hours. For example, the file might contain

Country, start_hour, end_hour
germany, 9, 17
budapest, 10, 16

Then your query becomes

source="C:germany.csv" host="SEZ00VVM-153" sourcetype="csv" date_wday!=saturday AND date_wday!=sunday | lookup Country OUTPUT start_hour end_hour | where date_hour>=start_hour AND date_hour<= end_hour | eval Intraffic=IN/1048576 |timechart span=1h perc95(Intraffic) AS 95thPercentile
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SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

You could create a lookup file that contains country name and working hours. For example, the file might contain

Country, start_hour, end_hour
germany, 9, 17
budapest, 10, 16

Then your query becomes

source="C:germany.csv" host="SEZ00VVM-153" sourcetype="csv" date_wday!=saturday AND date_wday!=sunday | lookup Country OUTPUT start_hour end_hour | where date_hour>=start_hour AND date_hour<= end_hour | eval Intraffic=IN/1048576 |timechart span=1h perc95(Intraffic) AS 95thPercentile
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If this reply helps you, an upvote would be appreciated.

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Path Finder

hey

thanks for the answer but that is not working should i specify germany in the place of country or it automatically picks

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SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

You will need to populate a field called 'Country' with the name of the country in question. Or you could replace 'Country' with another field from your query that contains the country name.

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