Once an alert is in the system, it usually comes in on the nightly branch and works through aurora, beta, and finally release. Once we have released the code, there is no need to have tracked alerts. It would be nice to mark alerts as a status of 'shipped' if they are not resolved and we have released the code. We can build a new webpage called expired.html which will view all alerts that are not matching a status of 'resolved' or 'shipped' (probably more status TBD). This way we can manually go in and verify/followup/etc. Ideally we would have all expired alerts resolved/shipped after we have done uplifts and releases. Here is what the UI looks like in production: http://126.96.36.199:8080/alerts.html To see what alert manager does and how to get started, here is a good place to start: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Auto-tools/Projects/AlertManager Please ask questions in this bug or on irc!
Hi, I would like to take this on. Thanks.
A bit of a clarification : All alerts which are not Resolved or Shipped should be listed That means alerts with all these statuses are to be shown : NEW, Back Filling, Investigating, Duplicate, Wont Fix, False Alarm, Ignore, Not Tracking, Backout, Too Low. Am I right? Thanks.
for the status list, I have been adding things to it arbitrarily as needed: https://github.com/jmaher/alert_manager/blob/master/alerts.html#L222 We really should split that into two groups: visible = [new, back filling, investigating] hidden = [duplicate, won't fix, false alarm, ignore, not tracking, backout, too low, resolved, infra, shipped] ^ note, we would need to add 'shipped' to the list Then if we have a new status for visible, we can keep it in context!
Hi, I have created a file expired.html. Please do have a look at it. Thanks.
Hi, I have added the alerts.js & simplified the alerts.html & expired.html. Please do have a look. And one more thing. Do I need to keep the 'Show All' checked at all time in the expired.html? If yes, then I need to add a small condition check. Please do let me know of the results. Thanks.
To finish this bug, we should ensure that we only look at alerts > 18 weeks old (126 days). Also the showAll=1 state should be set so we can see all alerts. Maybe once we see this it will be too hard to manage- we will cross that bridge when we get there!
Hi, I have solved this. Now should I attach the files here or mail them to you? I already have a pending pull request for the report.html. So I don't think it's a good idea to commit this to github now, is it? Thanks.
almost working, please check out the error in the firefox console here: http://188.8.131.52:8080/expired.html
we have fixed this and it is in production!
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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