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get count of field group by another

jdepp
Path Finder

This should be so simple but I cannot get it to work. I am trying to create a panel that will display a table with three columns:

 THREAD               TYPE                    COUNT

the search should find the count of each thread and group it by type. for example:

THREAD               TYPE                    COUNT
   A                          searcher              10
   B                          grouper                20
   A                          compiler               2
   C                          searcher                5

Meaning each thread can have different types:

sourcetype="thread.stats" | chart count by thread_id | sort -count by thread_id,type

any help appreciated

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gcusello
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

hI jdepp,
try

sourcetype="thread.stats" | stats count by thread_id, type | sort -count

It's not clear the sort order.
Bye.
Giuseppe

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cmerriman
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 sourcetype="thread.stats" | stats count by thread_id type| sort - count 

try that

jdepp
Path Finder

thanks. Both of you answered almost at the same time. Really appreciate it. But have to go with cusello as he was first by seconds.

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gcusello
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

hI jdepp,
try

sourcetype="thread.stats" | stats count by thread_id, type | sort -count

It's not clear the sort order.
Bye.
Giuseppe

jdepp
Path Finder

thanks. Both of you answered almost at the same time. Really appreciate it.

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