Get a link from Explore
Use the link button to the right of the Dashboard title in Explore to copy the link to your specific entity view in the dashboard.
Manually create a link
You can create a URL to a specific entity in Explore.
https://<endpoint>/ui/#/explore/[@<start>,<end>]@<entityKey>=<entityValue>[@<entityKey2>=<entityValue2> ...][@filters@<negation>:<filterValue>[:<filter>],<negation2>:<filterValue2>[:<filter2>] ...]
<endpoint>is your Sumo Logic service endpoint. See Sumo Logic Endpoints and Firewall Security for the endpoint URLs.
<entityKey>is the type of entity you want to explore, such as cluster, deployment, service, node, account, region, namespace, or pod.
<entityValue>is the value of the entity to explore.
<start>is the start of your dashboard time range in milliseconds since epoch.
<end>is the end of your dashboard time range in milliseconds since epoch.
<filterValue>is the value of a key you want to filter.
<filter>(optional) is the metadata key you want to apply as a filter to explore. You do not have to provide a filter, you may only provide a
0to apply your filters or
1to treat the filters as an exclusion. Think of using
1as using a
!bang, so the filter will return results that don't have those values. This is an example:
Let’s create a URL to open Explore on the
kube-system namespace, and
The custom URL that launches this log query in the Sumo Logic Search page would be similar to the following. The exact URL would depend on your Sumo Logic account endpoint, as listed in Sumo Logic Endpoints and Firewall Security.
Using milliseconds as this time range:
09/26/2020 to 09/29/2020 10:33:10.282 AM GMT-04:00 DST