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Funnel Report based on URL sessions

aa274t
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I am creating a funnel report based on total customer sessions on each url by taling sessionid

www.abc.com www.abc.com/page1 www.abc.com/page1/page2 www.abc.com/page1/page2/page3

I want the number people went through each page with time chart for eg:

Time |Total Session |www.abc.com |www.abc.com/page1 |www.abc.com/page1/page2 |www.abc.com/page1/page2/page3
09:00 | 10 | 10 | 8 | 5 | 2
10:00 | 15 | 15 | 12 | 9 | 7
11:00 | 11 | 11 | 10 | 6 | 5

I have achieved the above using lookup

index=abc sourcetype=test1

| timechart span=1h count as "TotalSession"
|appendcols [index=abc sourcetype=test1 www.abc.com
| lookup filename.csv SessionID |outputnew sessionid as x_sessionid
| dedup x_sessionid
| timechart span=1h count as "www.abc.com"]

|appendcols [index=abc sourcetype=test1 www.abc.com/page1
| lookup filename.csv SessionID |outputnew sessionid as x_sessionid
| dedup x_sessionid
| timechart span=1h count as "www.abc.com/page1"]

|appendcols [index=abc sourcetype=test1 www.abc.com/page1/page2
| lookup filename.csv SessionID |outputnew sessionid as x_sessionid
| dedup x_sessionid
| timechart span=1h count as "www.abc.com/page1/page2"]

|appendcols [index=abc sourcetype=test1 www.abc.com/page1/page2/page3
| lookup filename.csv SessionID |outputnew sessionid as x_sessionid
| dedup x_sessionid
| timechart span=1h count as "www.abc.com/page1/page2/page3"]

the lookup file is scheduled every 5 mins to append all the sessionid irrespective of page url.

Problem: Cannot use Join as it has limitations of 50K records
The above approach is slow very slow and it is trying to run all the query.

Need a fine tuned optimized solution.

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aa274t
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|appendcols [index=abc sourcetype=test1 www.abc.com/page1/page2/page3
| lookup filename.csv SessionID |outputnew sessionid as x_sessionid
| dedup x_sessionid
| timechart span=1h count as "www.abc.com/page1/page2/page3"]

the lookup file is scheduled every 5 mins to append all the sessionid irrespective of page url.

Problem: Cannot use Join as it has limitations of 50K records
The above approach is slow very slow and it is trying to run all the query.

Need a fine tuned optimized solution.

0 Karma
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