I installed Redash in an AWS instance, from an AMI listed in the official documentation.
In overall, everything is working good, except that when I try to add or edit an environment variable, it’s being ignored. I read a similar thread in this forum, but the solution posted there didn’t worked for me.
According to the documentation, the env file is located in
I’m basically adding email settings variables and
REDASH_FEATURE_SHOW_PERMISSIONS_CONTROL=true, to be able to manage permissions in dashboards.
REDASH_MAIL_SERVER="secure.emailsrvr.com" REDASH_MAIL_PORT="993" REDASH_MAIL_USE_TLS=true REDASH_MAIL_USE_SSL=true REDASH_MAIL_USERNAME="email@example.com" REDASH_MAIL_PASSWORD="XXXXXXXX" REDASH_MAIL_DEFAULT_SENDER="firstname.lastname@example.org" REDASH_HOST="reports.xxx.com" REDASH_FEATURE_SHOW_PERMISSIONS_CONTROL=true
After inserting the variables, neither the email settings, default Host or show permissions are working.
I also have tried by entering directly the variable:
After any change, I’m restarting the related services through. I have also reboot the instance, and nothing:
sudo supervisorctl restart all
I don’t have any clue of what may be happening.
Appreciate any help. Thanks!