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Stats Count by day ?

sjringo
Communicator

I have a query that gives me four totals for a month.  I am trying to figure out how to show each four total for each day searched ?

Here is what I have so far:

index=anIndex sourcetype=aSourcetype "SFTP upload finished" OR "File sent to MFS" OR "File download sent to user" OR "HTTP upload finished"
earliest=-0month@month latest=now
| bucket _time span=day
| stats count(eval(searchmatch("SFTP upload finished"))) as SFTPCount
count(eval(searchmatch("File sent to MFS"))) as MFSCount
count(eval(searchmatch("File download sent to user"))) as DWNCount
count(eval(searchmatch("HTTP upload finished"))) as HTTPCount
| table SFTPCount MFSCount DWNCount HTTPCount

SFTPCount MFSCount DWNCount HTTPCount

30843535158480

 

Now to show the results by each day ?

I have a line to specify my bucket ?

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yuanliu
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Not sure if I understand the question. You already bucketed _time.  The simplest is to just use it as groupby

index=anIndex sourcetype=aSourcetype "SFTP upload finished" OR "File sent to MFS" OR "File download sent to user" OR "HTTP upload finished"
earliest=-0month@month latest=now
| bucket _time span=day
| stats count(eval(searchmatch("SFTP upload finished"))) as SFTPCount
count(eval(searchmatch("File sent to MFS"))) as MFSCount
count(eval(searchmatch("File download sent to user"))) as DWNCount
count(eval(searchmatch("HTTP upload finished"))) as HTTPCount by _time

Will this work?

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efavreau
Motivator

@sjringo  You're so close... you need a "BY _time" on your stats line

index=anIndex sourcetype=aSourcetype "SFTP upload finished" OR "File sent to MFS" OR "File download sent to user" OR "HTTP upload finished"
earliest=-0month@month latest=now
| bucket _time span=day
| stats count(eval(searchmatch("SFTP upload finished"))) as SFTPCount
count(eval(searchmatch("File sent to MFS"))) as MFSCount
count(eval(searchmatch("File download sent to user"))) as DWNCount
count(eval(searchmatch("HTTP upload finished"))) as HTTPCount BY _time



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yuanliu
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Not sure if I understand the question. You already bucketed _time.  The simplest is to just use it as groupby

index=anIndex sourcetype=aSourcetype "SFTP upload finished" OR "File sent to MFS" OR "File download sent to user" OR "HTTP upload finished"
earliest=-0month@month latest=now
| bucket _time span=day
| stats count(eval(searchmatch("SFTP upload finished"))) as SFTPCount
count(eval(searchmatch("File sent to MFS"))) as MFSCount
count(eval(searchmatch("File download sent to user"))) as DWNCount
count(eval(searchmatch("HTTP upload finished"))) as HTTPCount by _time

Will this work?

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sjringo
Communicator

Yup, I was trying to do the BY _time after each count ((...)) AS ... by _time  instead of doing it after the very last one...

I knew I was close I just was not seeing it !!!

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