To create a new optimizer, start in OpenSearch Dashboards so you can test the query you want to use.
Before creating an optimizer, you’ll need a timeless account to send the data to. If you need help setting up a timeless account, see Manage timeless accounts.
After you’ve created your account, navigate back to OpenSearch Dashboards > Create an optimizer, where you can configure the optimizer settings.
Once a log is pulled to your Logz.io account, it takes up to 2 hours until it appears in your timeless account.
If you want help updating an existing optimizer, you can skip the first part of this page.
To create an optimizer
Set your query in OpenSearch Dashboards
In OpenSearch Dashboards, type a query in the query bar and press Enter.
Review the results in the histogram and the document table, and make sure your query returned the expected results.
Click Create Optimizer (above the query bar) to open the Create an optimizer page.
Continue with To configure an optimizer.
To configure an optimizer
Name the optimizer
Type a Name and a detailed Description.
(Optional) Edit the search settings
If you need to, change your optimizer Query and the Accounts that the query searches.
If you use an invalid query, the optimizer will automatically be disabled.
Run your query in OpenSearch Dashboards so you can be sure you’re getting the expected results.
The filter tags that are displayed in the Optimizer Query section indicate which filters you used for the query in Discover. To update the filters, you’ll need to add them to your search in Discover.
(Optional) Edit group by settings
To store aggregate results, group your search fields.
Click Group by to add up to 3 groups.
In the Choose fields list, choose a field to group by.
To limit the available fields, choose a log type from the Filter by type list. To show fields for all log types, choose Clear filter.
Set the frequency
In the Trigger section, choose how often this optimizer should run.
Choose a timeless account
In the Action section, choose a timeless account to send to.
Choose an output format
Choose an Output.
To send the raw JSON documents to your timeless account, choose Full log.
To send a summary table, choose Aggregations.
If you added any groups (in step 3), the aggregations table will show the aggregated fields that you used. To change these fields, you’ll need to change your Group by selection.
If you choose Aggregations, click to add a column to the table, and then choose a field to show in the new column.
Click Save to save your optimizer. Logz.io will start sending your logs to the configured timeless account.