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How to round a millisecond output?

heybails88
Path Finder

Does anyone know how to round a time readout from 00:07:06.53846153846155 to 00:07:06.54?

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adonio
Ultra Champion

maybe like this:

| transaction node startswith="up_or_down=down" endswith="up_or_down=available"
| stats avg(duration) as avg_outage by node
| eval rounded_avg_outage = round(avg_outage, 2)
| eval MTTR = tostring(rounded_avg_outage, "duration)
| table node MTTR

hope it helps

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adonio
Ultra Champion

maybe like this:

| transaction node startswith="up_or_down=down" endswith="up_or_down=available"
| stats avg(duration) as avg_outage by node
| eval rounded_avg_outage = round(avg_outage, 2)
| eval MTTR = tostring(rounded_avg_outage, "duration)
| table node MTTR

hope it helps

heybails88
Path Finder

Excellent!! That worked. I appreciate it.

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DalJeanis
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

What is the format of the underlying field? There are at least five different ways, but the efficiency will be based on the field format.

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heybails88
Path Finder

Thanks for the response

Here's the base of the search with MTTR is the mean time to repair or average outage time averaged by duration. The "avg_outage" is epoch:

| transaction node startswith="up_or_down=down" endswith="up_or_down=available"
| stats avg(duration) as avg_outage by node
| eval MTTR=tostring(avg_outage, "duration")
| table node MTTR

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