Use the Filter Editor
Items and item types in filters can be set to include or exclude. The following examples explain those settings.
- Filter In (Is)
User (Origin or Impacted) IS ‘pete’
Result: Either Origin nor Impacted has the value ‘pete’. At least one of the fields has a value of ‘pete’.
Filter In (Is) Blank with Filter in Null Values?
User (Origin or Impacted) IS NULL
Result: Either Origin or Impacted is NULL. At least one of the fields must be null.
Filter Out (Is Not)
User (Origin or Impacted) IS NOT ‘pete’
Result: Neither Origin nor Impacted has the value ‘pete’. Both fields have a value other than ‘pete’
- Filter Out (Is Not) Blank with Filter out Null Values?
User (Origin or Impacted) IS NOT NULL
Result: Neither Origin nor Impacted is NULL. Both fields must have a value.
Quantitative filters are available from these LogRhythm tools and utilities:
- Alarm Rules
- GLPR wizard
- Log Distribution Services (LDS )
- Personal Dashboard filters
Quantitative fields include:
- Bytes Sent and Bytes Rcvd
- Packets Sent and Packets Rcvd
The operators for quantitative filters are described in the following table.
|!=||Not equal to|
|>=||Greater than or equal to|
|<=||Less than or equal to|
|<>||Less than or greater than - (outside range)|
|<=>=||Less or equal to OR greater or equal to - (outside range)|
|><||Greater than AND less than - (between range)|
|>=<=||Greater or equal to AND less than or equal to - (between range)|
Wildcards in Search Strings
LogRhythm can use wildcards and pattern matching in search string filters to increase flexibility and efficiency. For example:
- Use wildcards to search for a particular sender or recipient email address in the Platform Manager, Data Processor, or LogMart by specifying only some of the characters in the address.
- Filter to find any matches for senders at a given domain name.
- Filter to find a specific host name.