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How to create multiple radial gauges from a singel query?

v920998
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I have a query that produces 4 field values. I am looking for a way to use thae gauge command to create multiple gauges, one for each result field of the query?

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MuS
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi v920998,

you can use PostProcess for this in your dashboard, build a base search to provide a set of base events and use this set in PostProcess.

Here is a perfect Example for this: Use one search for a whole dashboard

Most important for this is that your base search facilitates either a summary indexing command like:

  • sistats
  • sitimechart
  • sitop
  • sichart
  • sirare

or you use primary reporting commands, such as stat, timechart, top, chart, and rare.

hope this helps ...

cheers, MuS

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MuS
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi v920998,

you can use PostProcess for this in your dashboard, build a base search to provide a set of base events and use this set in PostProcess.

Here is a perfect Example for this: Use one search for a whole dashboard

Most important for this is that your base search facilitates either a summary indexing command like:

  • sistats
  • sitimechart
  • sitop
  • sichart
  • sirare

or you use primary reporting commands, such as stat, timechart, top, chart, and rare.

hope this helps ...

cheers, MuS

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