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Do all the fields in a datamodel become index-time fields?

danielbb
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We are looking at ES with its extensive datamodels. I wonder whether all the fields in a datamodel become index-time fields?

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starcher
SplunkTrust
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Not exactly. Data Model Acceleration gives that behavior for the time window of the data that you accelerated and keep. That is why DMA exists. the middle ground of search time extractions sped up to get closer to index time field (tstats) performance.

So read up on DMA in the docs. https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/7.3.0/Knowledge/Acceleratedatamodels

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starcher
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SplunkTrust

Not exactly. Data Model Acceleration gives that behavior for the time window of the data that you accelerated and keep. That is why DMA exists. the middle ground of search time extractions sped up to get closer to index time field (tstats) performance.

So read up on DMA in the docs. https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/7.3.0/Knowledge/Acceleratedatamodels

danielbb
Motivator

Thank you @starcher.

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