I have here a log file with a header and I'm using transforms.conf to extract the fields, but I'm not getting the right results.
my log file consist of:
ARU|Portion|AR Text Sched|From Date|To Date| 02000000|02_AG0|SCAL MRU 02_AG0|02/01/20|12/31/20| 02001000|02_AG1|SCAL MRU 02_AG1|02/01/20|12/31/20| 02002000|02_AG2|SCAL MRU 02_AG2|02/01/20|12/31/20| 02003000|02_AG3|SCAL MRU 02_AG3|02/01/20|12/31/20|
I put props.conf both on:
[rbil_mrsched] NO_BINARY_CHECK = true SHOULD_LINEMERGE = false category = Custom disabled = false pulldown_type = true INDEXED_EXTRACTIONS = PSV REPORT-AutoHeader = rbil_mrsched_trans
and in my transforms.conf
[rbil_mrsched_trans] DELIMS= "|" FIELDS="RbillARU","|","RbillPortion","|","RbillARTextSched","|","RbillFromDate","|","RbillToDate","|"
Values should be
02000000 02001000 02002000 02003000
02_AG0 02_AG1 02_AG2 02_AG3
SCAL MRU 02_AG0 SCAL MRU 02_AG1 SCAL MRU 02_AG2 SCAL MRU 02_AG3
but the results are:
02000000 for RbillARU (correct)
no values for RbillPortion
SCAL MRU 02_AG0 for RbillPortion (wrong this should be the result for RbillARTextSched)
12/31/20 for RbillARTextSched (wrong this should be the result for RbillToDate)
no values/result for RbillFromDate
no values/result for RbillToDate
Please help me with this. thanks
You have specified INDEXED_EXTRACTIONS = PSV, Splunk should do the right thing automatically.
You definitely don't need a transforms.conf (aside from it being incorrect), please review this documentation
with this i have to remove the configs on my transforms.conf?
Yes, although it doesn't matter if it doesn't get referenced.
I also wouldn't specify anything in
../etc/system/local but instead put all your configurations for this in a separate app context. Whatever you decide, definitely only have it ONE place.
I would just try:
[rbil_mrsched] NO_BINARY_CHECK = true SHOULD_LINEMERGE = false INDEXED_EXTRACTIONS = PSV
You should see that your events show up with the field names as defined in the header row of the PSV input file, assuming you specified sourcetype=rbil_mrsched in your inputs.conf.
If you don't like those field names, you can create field aliases on your search head, or use the rename command in your searches.
Hi , I have put your sample data in a text file that i indexed. you can use this regex to have your fields extracted as you like.
index=* sourcetype=txt | rex field=_raw "^(?P\\s+\\d+)\\|(?P[^\\|]+)\\|(?P[^\\|]+)\\|(?P[^\\|]+)\\|(?P[^\\|]+)"|table RbillARU RbillPortion RbillARTextSched RbillFromDate
hello, does it work on your machine?
Its a txtfile .. i'll send you
ok i will take a look.