I have a lookup that lists x number of values. I would like to be able to discover how many of those aren't actually logged in Splunk and table them. Initially, I tried something like this:
inputlookup lookup_values.csv NOT [search index=contract_gateway sourcetype=esb_audit bp_bp_name=* | fields *] | table values | dedup values
I am not getting any results, but I know I am missing results by the count of results I see when I pull all data that I can find in Splunk for that list of values.
Any insights on query enhancements would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in Advance
Let us assume both sets of data share a field called
host, then do it like this:
index=contract_gateway sourcetype=esb_audit bp_bp_name=* | eval type=events | appendpipe [|inputlookup lookup_values.csv | eval type=lookup] | stats dc(type) AS numTypes values(*) AS * BY host | where numTypes=1 AND type=events
I attempted to run the search, however it's running extremely slow and I'm afraid of sucking the memory out of the indexer :). The values I am looking for are spread across a 120 day time range, so essentially I am running the query over "All time".
I'll try and come up with something similar to help with its performance.