I am working on a field extraction. I have created an extraction that pulls the field I want but I need it to pull even further. I currently have it pulling data between the text I identify and the first comma. I need it to pull from the text to the second comma. Example of a log file is this:
6/25/2014 15:05:12.724 | 18072 | EXCEPTION(V): PARN476_02HLOALP_RD:TF F RgstrData(0)(0): RegNum: 5.100.1, size of 0 bytes is invalid (-2147483638), RegisterMsg.cpp line 263 (class CRegisterFromDeviceMsg). Handled: RegisterMsg.cpp(class CRegisterFromDeviceMsg) line 269 |
My current REGEX looks like this:
I need to either change the regex to get everything up to the second comma or change it to find everything between RegNum: and RegisterMsg.cpp
Hi Bliide --
If I understand you correctly, please correct me if I'm wrong, you would like capture the following from the above log?:
RegNum: 5.100.1, size of 0 bytes is invalid (-2147483638)
And not the entire RegNum field, correct?
RegNum: 5.100.1, size of 0 bytes is invalid (-2147483638), RegisterMsg.cpp line 263 (class CRegisterFromDeviceMsg).
For the former, you can capture it in many different ways but it would be based on the assumption that there will always be a second perior within that field. If there isn't, the regex would likely fail. If you can rely on there always being 2 periods within that field you may be able to use the following regex to capture that data.
However, if you'd rather capture the entire field value you could use the following:
Hope this helps!
I am attempting to create a field extraction that will pull the data between the RegNum: and RegisterMsg.cpp
So in the example log it would pull:
5.100.1, size of 0 bytes is invalid (-2147483638)
When I try to use your suggested REGEX, splunk gives me an "Invalid regex: syntex error". I am sure it is something I am typing incorrectly. The commas are a constant in the log. That is why I was attempting to use the second comma as the end point for the extraction. Where in my field extraction do I plug in your suggested regex?