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Dallas Bobryk

Dallas Bobryk

10/19/2020, 4:07 PM
Okay, so it would make more sense to schedule this query to run; then use ELK or something to view the aggregation that I want to view?
zwass

zwass

10/19/2020, 4:16 PM
Possibly, or use
fleetctl
piped into unix utilities like
jq
,
sort
and
uniq
to do the aggregation.
Dallas Bobryk

Dallas Bobryk

10/19/2020, 4:52 PM
I’ll look into doing it this way as well, thanks!
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Arden Shackelford

10/28/2020, 10:25 PM
So am I to understand here that the purpose of Fleet itself does not cover viewing the results of the scheduled queries themselves? I'm guessing yes based on I don't really see any way to specifically view the historical data in Fleet, but figured I'd ask for confirmation
zwass

zwass

10/28/2020, 10:26 PM
Correct. Scheduled query results are intended to be pushed into logging pipelines and consumed from log aggregation platforms like Splunk or ELK.