Splunk Search

How do you quantify how much data is coming in for a specific key-value pair?

campbellj1977
Explorer

I am trying to find out just how much data is coming in for a specific key value pair?
So we have only two sourcetypes and I am trying to determine a recent spike in traffic, but I am having a difficult time quantifying where the spike came from using normal field values.

0 Karma

sundareshr
Legend

Perhaps something like this

index=foo earliest=-2mon@mon | eval mon=strftime(_time, "%b") | chart count over key by mon
0 Karma

richgalloway
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Maybe this will help

index=foo key=value | eval size=len(_raw) | stats dc(_time) sum(size)
---
If this reply helps you, Karma would be appreciated.
0 Karma
Get Updates on the Splunk Community!

Introducing the Splunk Community Dashboard Challenge!

Welcome to Splunk Community Dashboard Challenge! This is your chance to showcase your skills in creating ...

Get the T-shirt to Prove You Survived Splunk University Bootcamp

As if Splunk University, in Las Vegas, in-person, with three days of bootcamps and labs weren’t enough, now ...

Wondering How to Build Resiliency in the Cloud?

IT leaders are choosing Splunk Cloud as an ideal cloud transformation platform to drive business resilience,  ...