Redis ts:* and {alert_rule:

I have very little experience with redis so please excuse me if I’m asking very basic questions here.
In redis I can see key ts:* having around 17000 entries. Is it normal? What is it used for?
The same goes for key {alert_rule:* Here I only have one entry.

I think you’d have a better chance getting answers for these on a forum/community around Redis, instead of Sentry? :slight_smile:

ts: keys are used to store time-series data (tsdb). I don’t think having so many keys is normal in Sentry 10, but Sentry 9 may have that many keys. There should not be a significant side-effect to deleting them except some broken/empty graphs.

The alert one I don’t know about.

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Thank you very much!

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