Query to find the number of Osquery restarts in a day for all hosts

Query to find the number of Osquery restarts in a day for all hosts

Following query, run on Global database, would provide details on number of osquery restarts in a day (GMT)

Query

SELECT upt_hostname,

Count(0) 

FROM processes 

WHERE name LIKE 'osqueryd%'

AND upt_added 

AND upt_day = Cast(Date_format(current_date - interval '0' day, '%Y%m%d') AS INTEGER) 

GROUP BY upt_hostname 

ORDER BY 2 DESC


Note: The value of interval parameter can be changed based you which day you would want to query the data for.

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