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How to extract all fields from my sample log and graph the average of the values?

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Single log line:

{kpiMuleMS=12, kpiSecurityCheckMS=230, kpiGetQuoteMS=56, kpiGetLegalEntityMS=0, kpiOIILookupPersonaMS=0, kpiCreateSubscriptionMS=40, kpiGetOfferMS=0, kpiProcessSubscriptionMS=23, kpiPayAuthMS=9, kpiOIIFindRealmMS=1, kpiUpdateAccountMS=40, kpiGetAccountMS=10}

How do I graph the avg values of all the keys in a single graph?
Unfortunately, I do not have the log line in the following format..

key=kpiSecurityCheckMS latency=230
key=kpiMuleMS latency=12
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Re: How to extract all fields from my sample log and graph the average of the values?

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The kv or extract command would work well here.

But, do you want an average of each kpi,
or an average of all kpis?

Try this for the former.

| kv pairdelim="=", kvdelim=","
| fields - _raw
| stats avg(*)
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Re: How to extract all fields from my sample log and graph the average of the values?

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Try this (if the fields are already extracted, ignore the extract segement)

base search | extract pairdelim="," kvdelim="=" | stats avg(kpiMuleMS) as kpiMuleMS avg(kpiSecurityCheckMS) as kpiSecurityCheckMS <<similarly for rest of your fields
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