I've been using Kibana for some time now and have come to an issue related
to advanced queries.
Would it be possible to run a query, take all resulting terms for some
field, and use these terms as values for running another query? For
example, one could run a query for events which have the 'ipaddr' field,
take all terms (IP addresses) for the 'ipaddr' field, and use these IP
addresses for running another query (e.g. return events for which the
'host' field is one of the previously detected IP addresses).
After having a look into the Kibana web interface, it seems that
'derivequeries' panel would allow to partly address this problem -- after
running a query, you can get top N terms for some field F, and then run
another N queries with identified terms for the field F. However, this
approach has the restriction that the field F has to be the same across all
queries. Would it be possible to use another field name F2 for derived
queries, and run a single query for checking if F2 has a value that belongs
to some set? (For example, something like F2 in (ip1, ip2, ip3)?)
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