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Filters

Filters allow you to sample or search logs from the monitoring section to investigate or check that everything works as expected.

Time Frame

Eight pre-configured time frames are available (past month, past week, past day, past three hours, past hour, past 30 minutes, past 15 minutes, past 5 minutes, past 5 minutes). You can also define an arbitrary time frame.

Dimensions

You can filter the following values:

Name Value Support Multiple Description
url string Yes Filter for URL, support glob operator with.
e.g: https://*.wikipedia.org/wiki/*
success bool 1 or 0 - true or false No Filter for success or failed request - includes >= 500 and network errors
host string Yes FFilter for a host, the host includes a subdomain, support glob operator with
e.g.: *.google.com
root_host string yes Filter for root host, do not include subdomain, support glob operator with
e.g.; goo*.com
method string Yes Filter for method, supported values : GET, PUT, POST, PATCH
status_code int Yes Filter for status code
e.g: 401
cache bool 1 or 0 - true or false No Filter for scrape where a cache is activated or not
origin string Yes Filter for origin, supported values : API, SCHEDULER
retries int No Filter for retries amount
elapsed_time int No Filter for duration
js bool 1 or 0 - true or false No Filter for scrape where JavaScript is rendered or not

For metrics that support multiple notations, simply separate with , like status=200,204

Chaining Filters & Multi Values

You can chain multiple filters with space.

openapi openapi Chained Filters
            status_code=200 host=*.wikipedia.org success=true duration>=5
        

You can filter over multiple values, in this case, OR operator is applied.

openapi openapi Multi Value
            status_code=401,500,502,503
        

Operators

Following operators are supported :

  • = Equal
  • ! Not equal
  • > Greater than
  • >= Greater or equal to
  • < Lower than
  • <= Lower or equal to