Question: "An IoT use case: we have a ‘device’ measurement with a single tag ‘serialNo’. Every time an IoT device connects, we write “true” to the “request” field of this measurement, with the device serial number as a tag.
_How would a TICK script look like that does an HTTP POST once a device did NOT issue any request for X minutes? The device serial no should be part of the HTTP POST. I guess it uses the ‘deadman’ function."
Answer: The “deadman” function is the correct approach. Here is an example:
stream |from() .measurement('device') .groupBy(*) |deadman(0, 5m) .post('http://example.com')
This would alert once a device is inactive after 5m - but that can be changed in the above script by changing the
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