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Deployment History and Execution History

History Overview#

You can access both the Deployment and the Execution History of a node in the Inspector.

Viewing the Deploying History#

The Deploying History provides information for all deployed nodes, such as a history timestamp or status.

To view the Deployment History of a deployed node, select the node and the click on "Deployment" in the 'Info' tab. The Deployment History' dialog opens.

You can investigate the following information in reverse chronological order:

  • deployment version
  • deployment message (from the 'Deploy to Snowflake' dialog or if you re-deploy a node)
  • scheduling information
  • user who deployed the node
  • deployment timestamp

You can also copy the SQL query or restore a version from here:

To copy the SQL query, open the required deployment version line, hover over the collapsed SQL query and click on "Copy to Clipboard ". The query is copied to your clipboard.

To restore a former version:

  1. Open the required deployment version line, hover over the 'Version' column and click on "Restore". The dialog 'Restore Previous Deployment to Snowflake' opens.

  2. Enter a commit message and confirm with "Restore". The version is restored.

Execution History#

The Execution History provides metadata information on deployed nodes, such as error messages, execution duration, etc.

To view the Execution History of a deployed node, select the node and the click on "Execution" in the 'Info' tab. The Execution History' dialog opens.

You can investigate the following information in reverse chronological order:

  • start timestamp
  • user who triggered the execution
  • number of records
  • execution duration in seconds and milliseconds
  • end timestamp
  • warehouse
  • deployment version with link to the Deployment History

Clicking on the number in the column 'Deployment Version' forwards you automatically to the associated Deployment History entry.