I have updated Sentry to 21.5.1 today and I noticed the new “For Review” tab.
For every new event that happens, they do come up in this tab. And I do get an email of the new event.
However, when I click on the event to see the stacktrace (even when it is a few hours and a few reboots later), I get:
This could be due to a handful of reasons:
- The events are still processing and are on their way
- The events have been deleted
- There is an internal systems error or active issue
Also memory usage is constantly at about +/- 13 GB = 90%. Could also be due to the performance tracking. Does disabling performance tracking help to reduce memory usage?
EDIT1: In the error log I see a lot: client request body is buffered to a temporary file /var/cache/nginx/client_temp . Not sure whether this affects performance though.
EDIT2: The weird thing is, in the email I receive the full event details (Exception, etc). But even when I click “View on Sentry” in the email, the event cannot be found.