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Set the default telemetry interval

StackState Self-hosted v4.5.x
This page describes StackState v4.5.x. The StackState 4.5 version range is End of Life (EOL) and no longer supported. We encourage customers still running the 4.5 version range to upgrade to a more recent release.

Overview

The telemetry interval specifies the time window for which events, metrics and traces are available in the StackState perspectives. It runs from left to right on the timeline at the bottom of the StackState UI. By default, the telemetry interval active when opening a view or explore mode is set to a relative time period, showing telemetry data from the last hour. If required, you can configure StackState to use a different default telemetry interval.
Telemetry interval

Customise the default telemetry interval

You can configure the default telemetry interval used in StackState with the parameter defaultTimeRange. The configured value will then be applied automatically when a view or explore mode is opened.
Note that once a telemetry interval value is specified by a user in the StackState UI, this will override the default telemetry interval and be applied to each subsequent view that is opened.
The default telemetry interval can be set to any of the following values:
  • LAST_5_MINUTES
  • LAST_15_MINUTES
  • LAST_30_MINUTES
  • LAST_1_HOUR (default value)
  • LAST_3_HOURS
  • LAST_6_HOURS
  • LAST_12_HOURS
  • LAST_24_HOURS
  • LAST_2_DAYS
  • LAST_7_DAYS
  • LAST_30_DAYS
Any other value will be ignored and converted to the default value (LAST_1_HOUR).
Kubernetes
Linux
To set a custom default telemetry interval, add the following to the values.yaml file used to deploy StackState:
stackstate:
components:
api:
config: |
stackstate.webUIConfig.defaultTimeRange = "LAST_15_MINUTES"
To set a custom default telemetry interval, update the parameter stackstate.webUIConfig.defaultTimeRange in the file /etc/application_stackstate.conf.
stackstate {
webUIConfig {
defaultTimeRange = "LAST_15_MINUTES"
}
}

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