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Why is Lookup before transforming command not producing any results?

macadminrohit
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I have a network attributes sheet which contains all the details of the network devices across the enterprise, and i am looking to calculate the utilisation on those devices. FOr ex : i have to calculate bandwidth utilisation which requires two fields SPEED and incoming bytes. I have speed defined in a lookup for a site and for the same site i am having the incoming bytes in my index. I am trying to do a lookup but for some reason it doesnt produces the results , i tried to reproduce using makeresults and they work, but not the below query. It doesnt even produces any results . What could be the issue.

index=network_wan_circuits InterfaceName=200 earliest=-1h 
| rex field=Location "(Location)?(?<Site>\d{4})" 
| lookup network_attributes.csv Site OUTPUT Tunnel100_Down_or_In_Speed

Testing using makeresults***

| makeresults | eval Site=tonumber(0115) | lookup network_attributes.csv Site OUTPUT Tunnel100_Down_or_In_Speed

The above gives me the results.

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woodcock
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Does this give you a list of 4-digit Site values?

index=network_wan_circuits InterfaceName=200 earliest=-1h
| rex field=Location "(Location)?(?<Site>\d{4})"
| stats values(Site) BY Location

If not, then either you do not have Location fields or you do not have the correct rex. In so, I would try this:

index=network_wan_circuits InterfaceName=200 earliest=-1h
| rex field=Location "(?:Location)?(?<Site>\d+)"
| lookup network_attributes.csv Site OUTPUT Tunnel100_Down_or_In_Speed

And if not that, then maybe this:

index=network_wan_circuits InterfaceName=200 earliest=-1h
| rex field=Location "(?:Location)?(?<Site>\d+)"
| eval Site=tonumber(Site)
| lookup network_attributes.csv Site OUTPUT Tunnel100_Down_or_In_Speed

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woodcock
Esteemed Legend

Does this give you a list of 4-digit Site values?

index=network_wan_circuits InterfaceName=200 earliest=-1h
| rex field=Location "(Location)?(?<Site>\d{4})"
| stats values(Site) BY Location

If not, then either you do not have Location fields or you do not have the correct rex. In so, I would try this:

index=network_wan_circuits InterfaceName=200 earliest=-1h
| rex field=Location "(?:Location)?(?<Site>\d+)"
| lookup network_attributes.csv Site OUTPUT Tunnel100_Down_or_In_Speed

And if not that, then maybe this:

index=network_wan_circuits InterfaceName=200 earliest=-1h
| rex field=Location "(?:Location)?(?<Site>\d+)"
| eval Site=tonumber(Site)
| lookup network_attributes.csv Site OUTPUT Tunnel100_Down_or_In_Speed
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woodcock
Esteemed Legend

So what did you end up doing? Where was the problem?

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