These are chat archives for getredash/redash

21st
Dec 2016
sunand chakradhar
@sunandchakradhar
Dec 21 2016 13:28
Saving an adhoc query which is executing state. refreshes the state and execution state is lost. Though this is expected, Clicking execute again restarts execution instead of mapping the previous thread like earlier
is this expected ?
sunand chakradhar
@sunandchakradhar
Dec 21 2016 14:42
I remember this was working fine earlier .
sunand chakradhar
@sunandchakradhar
Dec 21 2016 18:39
@arikfr ^
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Dec 21 2016 18:45
One thing that changed in one of the recent versions (0.11 or 0.12) is that when you refresh the page we don't execute the query automatically. It's possible that:
  1. You execute the query.
  2. You save it.
  3. By the time you click on "execute" again it already finished the previous run and start executing again?
sunand chakradhar
@sunandchakradhar
Dec 21 2016 19:02
Okay. I checked in the redshift console that a new query is not triggered. its just the time on the client side starts again from 00:00:00
sunand chakradhar
@sunandchakradhar
Dec 21 2016 19:07
but unfortunately its never returns a result. this could be a different issue though. Any query longer than 5-6 min doesnt seems to return a result. I checked with your previous feedback that it could be oom killer but the celery thread is intact.
none of the celery workers are terminated.
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Dec 21 2016 21:34
@sunandchakradhar it might be the MTU setting on your machine. did you make sure it's what AWS recommend?