API Reference / API Methods / MultiClusters / Get top userID
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Method signature
$client->getTopUserIds()

About this method

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Get the top 10 userIDs with the highest number of records per cluster.

The data returned will usually be a few seconds behind real time, because userID usage may take up to a few seconds to propagate to the different clusters.

Examples

Get the top userIDs

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$client->getTopUserIds();

Parameters

No parameters for this method.

Response

This section shows the JSON response returned by the API. Since each language encapsulates this response inside objects specific to that language and/or implementation, the actual type in your language might differ from what’s written here. You can view the response in the logs (using the getLogs method).

JSON format

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{
  "topUsers": {
    "c10-test": [
      {
        "userID": "user1",
        "nbRecords": 104,
        "dataSize": 17400
      {
        "userID": "user2",
        "nbRecords": 18,
        "dataSize": 3195
      }

    ],
    "c11-test": [
      {
        "userID": "user3",
        "nbRecords": 104,
        "dataSize": 17400
      },
      {
        "userID": "user4",
        "nbRecords": 1,
        "dataSize": 72
      }
    ]
  }
}
topUsers
key/value mapping

Mapping of cluster names to top users.

User info object

userID
string

UserID of the user.

nbRecords
integer

Number of records belonging to the user.

dataSize
integer

Data size taken by the user.

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