Splunk Search

Earliest and Latest as Variables in Search

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I'm running a scheduled search that uses the script command to call a python script, which generates a file. I'd really like to name the file something useful like:


where [earliest] and [latest] are the bounds of the search window.

I'm currently just grabbing the first and last result times and using those, but that has two problems.

First they aren't the bounds of the search so you loose the information about there being no results between their time and the search window. Second even though my script is set to be non-streaming it seems to run multiple times with partial results while before it finishes so I get multiple files (which I would rather just overwrite as I go).


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