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How to use comparison operators in a search to match field value condition?

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Hello Everyone,

i want to check one condition in splunk and if that condition match and then i need to get those events who matches condition else result should be null

LAST < sysdate - (1/(2*24)) 

LAST is one field in splunk and can one help me out here.
for sysdate -(1/(2*24)) i have done eval tnow = now() | eval finalvalue=tnow-0.0208333333333333

so now i have to check the LAST < finalvalue

I have tried this

search string  |eval tnow = now()  | eval finalvalue=tnow-0.0208333333333333| eval Severity=if(LAST < finalvalue,NODE,null()) | table Severity,NODE

when i am doing this if condition doesn't match also it is creating table with first field as null.

Can anyone help me out here

Thanks

 

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Re: How to use comparison operators in a search to match field value condition?

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Hello Everyone i have used where condition LAST > finalvalue

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