It sure has been a busy week on Explorers Hub! Some great topics to highlight this week including those that have been marked solved which is again quite helpful for sharing those solutions with our community.
Announcements from New Relic
@Fidelicatessen for keeping us all in the loop on these Alert changes!
I just wanted to jump in here and let you know about a small change we are making to
Muting Rules. This change is not live yet, but should be in place by the end of this week (29 Oct, 2021).
When we first introduced Muting Rules, we forgot to include entity.guid in the list of options. This seems like a pretty big oversight, but all of you resourceful folks out there found a way to make it work, by filtering by tags.guid.
Well, entity.guid is an included tag on the violation event, …
Guides from Community Members
@jamesr1 for sharing this helpful guide
I wanted to record a custom metric and then alert on it. It took me a while to figure this out, so I wrote my findings up as a guide.
My Ruby code:
The first thing I tried was
WHERE metricName = 'Custom/my_service/queue_size'
That returns no results. I’m not quite sure why custom metrics recorded via record_metric don’t show up in the normal Metric dataset, but they don’t. There’s someth…
Topics That Have Been Marked Solved
I would like to see the logs of our Ruby on Rails app on New Relic’s logs dashboard when in development. For now, we can see all the logs of the production environment, but not of the development environment. Can you help me figure out how to get them for the development environment?
We use the Ruby Agent version 6.11.
In the newrelic.yml configuration file, when putting distributed_tracing: enabled: true for development, I have a record of the traces produced in the development enviro…
Data Queries & Synthetic Script Topics
Thank you community for helping each other out!
WHERE appName = 'Your Application Name'
AND newrelic.goldenmetrics.apm.application.responseTimeMs IS NOT NULL
SINCE 1 day ago
You could check in Span event type so something like
SELECT average(duration) FROM Span WHERE name = ‘dns.lookup’ FACET appName
Hope you have a fun and spooky