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How do I Add a filter to mstats?

rolabrie
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Given a query

 

| mstats sum(ktm.lag_ms_count) as sum_count where index=ktm

 

I want to restrict the results based on another attribute like this

 

| mstats sum(ktm.lag_ms_count) as sum_count where index=ktm,ktm.lag_ms_mean > 120000

 

But this doesn't work. Possible to do this kind of filter in mstats? I've been able to do absolute filters

 

where index=ktm,cluster=app

 

But the ranged thing doesn't work

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rolabrie
Loves-to-Learn

Bump. Anyone out there? This shouldn't be hard: influx and prometheus do it easily. 

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