history type=ah action=settle
I get this helpful hint:
"Note: Your first search term is also a search command. Did you mean " | history"?"
Okay Splunk, thanks for the tip.
type=ah action=settle | history
"Error in 'history' command: This command must be the first command of a search."
What in the blue hell is going on here? I did a search yesterday and I can't remember what it was, and before you ask, I don't have access to the box Splunk runs on so I can't look at the logs.
The first message is telling you that there is a 'history' command,
and the second message, may not make much sense if you've never seen it before, but it means that you have to do this:
| history type=ah action=settle
where the pipe character is literally at the beginning of the search. History is what they call a "generating" command.
However if you're trying to actually search for the word "history", then you don't want the
Thank you, this was almost the answer.
Returns all of my searches but I can't seem to filter them. Doing something like:
| history type=ah
Results in "Error in 'history' command: Invalid argument: 'type=ah'"
I also tried
| history | type=ah
| history | search type=ah
It doesn't like that.
| history | search ah
Does work, it's ugly but at least it's something.