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27th
Jul 2016
Neil Shah
@shahneil88
Jul 27 2016 02:39
Thanks Arik!
Nick Grygiel
@ngrygs
Jul 27 2016 12:04
@arikfr Nevermind about my first question. I didn't think about it only triggering when the query runs, if the alert requirements are not met. This makes sense. I am still curious about deleting/archiving any unwanted alerts, however.
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Jul 27 2016 12:09
@manubhats check the source of bin/run - it loads the envrionment variables from .env file and then runs the command you give it. It might not find it, if the path is wrong. Anyway, depends on your host OS, but might be easier to setup environment without Vagrant.
@ngrygs delete is available in v0.11.
Nick Grygiel
@ngrygs
Jul 27 2016 12:10
@arikr Awesome! Thanks for the answer. I'm also curious if there's any way to have an alert for a query not executing?
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Jul 27 2016 12:10
@ngrygs you mean notify you if there is an error with the query?
Nick Grygiel
@ngrygs
Jul 27 2016 12:11
@arikfr That, or really if it fails for any reason, particularly scheduled queries
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Jul 27 2016 12:11
that's planned but not available yet.
Nick Grygiel
@ngrygs
Jul 27 2016 12:12
Okay. Thanks for all your help! Redash has been great all summer, excited for updates!
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Jul 27 2016 12:12
:-)
where are you using it?
Nick Grygiel
@ngrygs
Jul 27 2016 12:13
I'm working at a Michigan-based company
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Jul 27 2016 12:14
:+1:
Nick Grygiel
@ngrygs
Jul 27 2016 12:33
Also, @arikfr Is there any documentation regarding alerts? I was looking through it and couldn't find anything, past that you needed to set up the mail server for them to work.
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Jul 27 2016 13:43
@ngrygs nope. you're welcome to add something :-)
Wesley
@WesleyBatista
Jul 27 2016 18:13
@arikfr, how do you maintain the docker build version numbers?