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How to get the 10 min values of a column by another column?

alexandrerichar
Explorer

I am trying to do something like this:

| stats limit=10 min(Speed) by customer

or

| sort customer, speed
| head(10) by customer
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alexandrerichar
Explorer

to4kawa, your solution seems to only one speed per customer, but what I want is the 10 lowest speed per customer. I have found that this solution si working well even if it is not beautiful :

| sort customer, Speed
| streamstats count as row by customer
| search row <= 5
| fields customer, Speed

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alexandrerichar
Explorer

to4kawa, your solution seems to only one speed per customer, but what I want is the 10 lowest speed per customer. I have found that this solution si working well even if it is not beautiful :

| sort customer, Speed
| streamstats count as row by customer
| search row <= 5
| fields customer, Speed
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sensitive-thug
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Hi @alexandrerichard,

Thanks for asking a question! If you were able to resolve this issue, please click “Accept” directly below the answer to resolve the post.

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to4kawa
Ultra Champion

stats does not have limit and headdoes not have by .

see reference.

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richgalloway
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Rather than describe the problem in terms of SPL (which may not describe the problem at all), can you describe it in natural language?
What do you want the results to look like?

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If this reply helps you, Karma would be appreciated.
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