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Can you help me create a pie chart based on multiple searches?

karthi25
Path Finder

I need to create a pie chart based on different types of logs. I tried the below query,

index=*** source=**** earliest=-7d@h latest=now  | append [search spath=TestSplunkLog.TestFailureLog.payload.failureCount output=failureCount|stats sum(failureCount) as TOTAL | eval Type="FAILURE" ] | append [search spath=TestSplunkLog.TestSuccessLog.payload.publishedCount output=publishedCount|stats sum(publishedCount) as TOTAL | eval Type="PUBLISHED" ]  | append [search spath=TestSplunkLog.TestSuccessLog.payload.duplicateCount output=duplicateCount|stats sum(duplicateCount) as TOTAL | eval Type="DUPLICATE" ]| stats values(TOTAL) by Type

But it is not returning anything. Can anyone please suggest me the right solution for my problem?

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tiagofbmm
Influencer

You are not specifying where within your subsearches are you trying yo use spath, so nothing comes out of it.

Few things, use the argument path in the spath.

Do all the spaths as you need directly from what you are getting from the Index:

index=****** earliest=-7d@h latest=now 
spath path=TestSplunkLog.TestFailureLog.payload.failureCount output=failureCount
spath path=TestSplunkLog.TestSuccessLog.payload.publishedCount output=publishedCount 
spath path=TestSplunkLog.TestSuccessLog.payload.duplicateCount output=duplicateCount 
| table failureCount publishedCount duplicateCount
| transpose 0 column_name="TYPE"
| stats sum("row 1") as total by TYPE

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tiagofbmm
Influencer

You are not specifying where within your subsearches are you trying yo use spath, so nothing comes out of it.

Few things, use the argument path in the spath.

Do all the spaths as you need directly from what you are getting from the Index:

index=****** earliest=-7d@h latest=now 
spath path=TestSplunkLog.TestFailureLog.payload.failureCount output=failureCount
spath path=TestSplunkLog.TestSuccessLog.payload.publishedCount output=publishedCount 
spath path=TestSplunkLog.TestSuccessLog.payload.duplicateCount output=duplicateCount 
| table failureCount publishedCount duplicateCount
| transpose 0 column_name="TYPE"
| stats sum("row 1") as total by TYPE
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