Currently I am trying to optimize my application and I would like to know if it is possible to use TERM() with a datamodel.
I have tried the following:
| tstats count from datamodel=dm_name where TERM(host=10.10.10.10) by host
The search runs but returns no results.
If this is possible, can you show me how to do it?
Is it possible to use TERM() with Datamodel in a tstats?
yes , but
host=10.10.10.10 is not in tsidx, I think(there is a minor breaker). so, this text is not searchable.
Thank you for your answer.
As there are only benefits in using TERM when the filter has minor breakers, can we say that TERM is useless for tstats?
Edited: ... for tstats using a datamodel?
index=_internal TERM("series") | stats count and
|tstats count where index=_internal TERM("series")
time picker: all time
check the time that query running.
TERM() is useful.