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charting numeric files stored on a summary index

ruisantos
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I'm creating a summary report based on a timechart that counts the number of eventcounts for a certain transaction.

index=xpto | transaction maxspan=2m maxpause=30s fields=correlation | sitimechart count by eventcount

This creates events on my summary index with this structure.

05/02/2013 13:59:00 +0100, search_name="sessions by eventcount - summary", search_now=1367503200.000, info_min_time=1367496000.000, info_max_time=1367499600.000, info_search_time=1367503201.529, 1=0, 2=0, 3=0, 4=7, 7=0, report="sessions"

How can I extract the summary to chart the initial graph?

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BobM
Builder

You basically replace everything before the si command with a search for the summary results and then add the reporting command without the si. So yours becomes

Index=summary search_name="sessions by eventcount - summary" |  timechart count by eventcount 

Bob

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BobM
Builder

You basically replace everything before the si command with a search for the summary results and then add the reporting command without the si. So yours becomes

Index=summary search_name="sessions by eventcount - summary" |  timechart count by eventcount 

Bob

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ruisantos
Path Finder

Yes it works the problem was, that I didn't have the sitimechart funcion on the schedulled search.

After correcting this I was able to access the data.

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