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I am new to splunk .

I am trying to search some events in splunk,What I want is get all results which have field "co_relation_id" .One "co_relation_id" value is present in 4 to 6 different events.

I want to filter (sub search from those 4 to 6 records) and get just one specific record for each unique co_relation_id.

What function shall I use here,I need to use some specific search criteria for my sub-search

for instance when I type "co_relation_id" in search bar I get following results:

co_relation_id="A" record 1 co_relation_id="A" record 2 co_relation_id="A" record 3 co_relation_id="A" record 4 co_relation_id="B" record 1 co_relation_id="B" record 2 co_relation_id="B" record 3 co_relation_id="B" record 4

From all above I want two records co_relation_id="A" record 4 and co_relation_id="B" record 4


asked 07 May '13, 14:32

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Thank you!

(07 May '13, 15:35) revatiy

One Answer:

If record 4 is always the last record/event you are interested in you could try this:

base search | stats last(_raw) by co_relation_id

last(_raw) will give you the entire record/event if there is a specific field you are interested in you can use that instead of _raw

An example using the _internal index of Splunk would be:

index=_internal source="/opt/splunk/var/log/splunk/metrics.log" | stats last(_raw) as myraw by group

If you do not want to display the co_relation_id (group in the example):

index=_internal source="/opt/splunk/var/log/splunk/metrics.log" | stats last(_raw) as myraw by group | fields myraw

answered 07 May '13, 14:48

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edited 07 May '13, 15:33

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