Splunk Search

i want to get data's from 8am ysterday to 8am today.. ?? can anyone help me

Puvi
New Member

i want to get data's from 8am ysterday to 8am today..

0 Karma

Richfez
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

There's a whole pile of relative time modifies you can use in the search, for instance

index=ha earliest=-1d+8h@h latest=@d+8h

That searches my index "ha" for events where the earliest _time matches

-1d = go back one day to yesterday
+8h = add 8 hours to that (so 8 hours after the beginning of yesterday)
@h = "snap" to the hour 8:00:00 instead of using current minutes/seconds like 8:18:35

and the latest _time is no later than more or less the same as the above, only instead of going back a day, it just takes the snap to beginning of current day and adds 8 hours.

You can put these in the time picker, too!
Click your time picker, then at the bottom click on "Advanced". If you paste the -1d+8h or whatever into there for the earliest/latest times, you can even see what it turns into.

Also see these docs for Time Modifiers.

Get Updates on the Splunk Community!

Detecting Remote Code Executions With the Splunk Threat Research Team

WATCH NOWRemote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities pose a significant risk to organizations. If exploited, ...

Enter the Splunk Community Dashboard Challenge for Your Chance to Win!

The Splunk Community Dashboard Challenge is underway! This is your chance to showcase your skills in creating ...

.conf24 | Session Scheduler is Live!!

.conf24 is happening June 11 - 14 in Las Vegas, and we are thrilled to announce that the conference catalog ...