Create a new home dashboard for keeping track of 404 errors.
- [Instructor] Now that you got your data in a format that…can be visualized by the quick visualization tool,…you should be ready to convert it into a dashboard panel.…From the visualization view, go up to Save As…and select Dashboard Panel.…Give it a title like web…and give the panel a title, we'll call it 404s.…You shouldn't need to alter any…of the other default settings, and click Save.…
Then click View Dashboard.…Now you've got a new dashboard to hold your panel.…Go to the dot dot dot button,…and say Set as Home Dashboard.…When the page reloads, you should be back at your home app…with this panel showing up by default.…Let me close this.…There we go.…Seeing the 404s is helpful, but it would probably be easier…if it were in the context of total web traffic.…Go back to search, and this time type…sourcetype= and we can select access combined.…
And then a pipe timechart count.…So this time we're not filtering 404s,…this is just looking at all web traffic…in the access combined sourcetype.…Now we'll go over to Visualizations…
- Installing Splunk
- Filtering search data
- Advanced search syntax
- Creating reports and dashboards
- Creating alerts and actions
- Configuring remote data and multiple data streams
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