I hope this helps . for reaching out. Todd from Fabric here. The % change is actually % difference vs. what we expected based on the previous behavior of your app. This compensates for day of week etc. The long session when getting zero, suggests that either the session was live/not reported to us at UTC midnight. The session gets created on session start and the duration gets set at the end.
it helps some times There is no easy way to my knowledge to write a script to do this. I would consider using cloud management softwares. They provide monitoring tools to track EC2/S3 usage, offering either their custom tools or integrating Amazon CloudWatch. Ylastic and RightScale are two of them, but you can check out as well Scalr (disclaimer: I work there) or enStratus. Alerts and notifications (via email or SMS) are currently on our roadmap.
Hope that helps "Daily" sounds like a good fit for a job scheduler like "cron." Just write a script that asks git the current revision number, does a git log from the last one until current, and then write the current revision down as the last one (so the next run doesn't duplicate messages). No need for git hooks this way...though if you really really wanted to you could make a hook that writes each commit message into a dated file somewhere, and whenever it is invoked on a "new" day, email out the previous day's file and delete it.
Getting a daily summary of figures from shop database
With these it helps I have the following tables, in a standard shop: , Try this:
SELECT categories.name AS category, products.name AS name,
receipts.quantity AS quantity, products.price AS price,
(receipts.quantity * products.price) AS total
ON categories.id = products.cID
ON receipts.pID = products.ID
WHERE DATE(receipts.ts) = CURDATE()
ORDER BY categories.name
Sending a daily summary email with hang-fire and ASP.NET Core
seems to work fine In daily summary mail recieved from fabric, I am unable to see my some of the apps as i recieved only 10 app summary in mail. But in my account i have 122 apps which includes beta, dev and market builds for different apps. , Yes, the daily summary email is limited to 10 apps.