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Avoid streamstats truncate to obtain previous value

DanielSp
Explorer

I have a index with the follow data:

KEY_ID, GROUP, DATE

With for example:
1, group1, 2021-06-01
1, group2, 2021-06-02
2, group1, 2021-06-01

...

I want to obtain next date value to show a table like:
1, group1, 2021-06-01,2021-06-02
1, group2, 2021-06-02,NULL

...

I know that I can sort It and use a command like streamstats:

| streamstats current=f last(DATE) as DATENEXT by KEY_ID

But, my issue is that my index have a million of records, so, the results are truncated to 10.000

Is there any way to obtain the DATENEXT without modify limits.conf for streamstats?

Thanks a lot¡

Regards

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ITWhisperer
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Does window=1 help?

| streamstats window=1 current=f last(DATE) as DATENEXT by KEY_ID

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DanielSp
Explorer

Thanks a lot¡

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ITWhisperer
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Does window=1 help?

| streamstats window=1 current=f last(DATE) as DATENEXT by KEY_ID
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