I am new to splunk, I want to extract data from one of the log file and like to create the dashboard visualization. I've tried using the material and Splunk doesn't recognize the data. Your kickstart will give me boost and confidence. I have copied the small part of the log which i am trying to extract data.
I would like to have a visualization of Type : LOC, Channel, offset level. I need all data of TXT
Printed on Aug 18, 2021 5:37:46
035: Aug 17, 2021 6:45:33 TYPE: LOC [+46.2 degC]
-0.3200 ddm [ 90 Hz pred] 90Hz: 35.15 %mod 150Hz: 3.15 %mod
Channel: 110.50 MHz -4.84 KHz offset level: -61.0 dBm
030: Aug 17, 2021 6:44:48 TYPE: LOC [+46.2 degC]
-0.2915 ddm [ 90 Hz pred] 90Hz: 33.82 %mod 150Hz: 4.67 %mod
Channel: 110.50 MHz -4.83 KHz offset level: -56.2 dBm
022: Aug 17, 2021 6:42:52 TYPE: LOC [+46.2 degC]
-0.3360 ddm [ 90 Hz pred] 90Hz: 36.02 %mod 150Hz: 2.42 %mod
Channel: 110.50 MHz -4.83 KHz offset level: -68.2 dBm
you have to extract the fields using a regex like this:
| rex "(?ms)LOC\s+\[(?<LOC>[^\]]+).*Channel:\s+(?<Channel>.*)\s+offset\s+level:\s+(?<offset>.*)"
that you can test at https://regex101.com/r/tdzGN7/1
then you could run something like this:
index=your_index | rex "(?ms)LOC\s+\[(?<LOC>[^\]]+).*Channel:\s+(?<Channel>.*)\s+offset\s+level:\s+(?<offset>.*)" | table _time LOC Channel offset
Thank yo u so much for your response with the steps to perform. However I could not get what exactly i wanted. Honestly I am not in position now to dig into details, I just wanted to give some thing to my department but current situation is not allowing me to work on it and I almost lost my trail period given by splunk enterprise.
I appreciate your response..
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