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queued searches timerange

Communicator

Hi.

When I use a scheduled search that runs every 5 minus with timerange [-5m@m, @m].

For example it had to start at 15:00:00, but was queued and started at 15:01:01.
What is the timerange of this search then - [14:55, 15:00] or [14:56, 15:01] ?

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Communicator

The timerange will be [14:55, 15:00], because timerange is a part of queued job.

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Communicator

The timerange will be [14:55, 15:00], because timerange is a part of queued job.

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SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi 0range,

the time range will be 14:56 - 15:01 because the @ will snap to the minute. Read more about this topic in the docs or use the timerange picker in the UI and select advanced to play with the different options

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hope this helps ...

cheers, MuS

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Communicator

In fact it remembers

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Communicator

So when the search is queue dit doesn't remember supposed timerange?

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