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Alert groups HTTP API

List alert groups

shell
curl "{{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/" \
  --request GET \
  --header "Authorization: meowmeowmeow" \
  --header "Content-Type: application/json"

The above command returns JSON structured in the following way:

json
{
  "count": 1,
  "next": null,
  "previous": null,
  "results": [
    {
      "id": "I68T24C13IFW1",
      "integration_id": "CFRPV98RPR1U8",
      "route_id": "RIYGUJXCPFHXY",
      "alerts_count": 3,
      "state": "resolved",
      "created_at": "2020-05-19T12:37:01.430444Z",
      "resolved_at": "2020-05-19T13:37:01.429805Z",
      "acknowledged_at": null,
      "acknowledged_by": null,
      "resolved_by": "UCGEIXI1MR1NZ",
      "title": "Memory above 90% threshold",
      "permalinks": {
        "slack": "https://ghostbusters.slack.com/archives/C1H9RESGA/p135854651500008",
        "telegram": "https://t.me/c/5354/1234?thread=1234"
      },
      "silenced_at": "2020-05-19T13:37:01.429805Z",
    }
  ],
  "current_page_number": 1,
  "page_size": 50,
  "total_pages": 1
}

These available filter parameters should be provided as GET arguments:

  • id
  • route_id
  • integration_id
  • state

HTTP request

GET {{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/

Alert group details

shell
curl "{{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/I68T24C13IFW1" \
  --request GET \
  --header "Authorization: meowmeowmeow"

HTTP request

GET {{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/<ALERT_GROUP_ID>

Acknowledge an alert group

shell
curl "{{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/I68T24C13IFW1/acknowledge" \
  --request POST \
  --header "Authorization: meowmeowmeow"

HTTP request

POST {{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/<ALERT_GROUP_ID>/acknowledge

Unacknowledge an alert group

shell
curl "{{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/I68T24C13IFW1/unacknowledge" \
  --request POST \
  --header "Authorization: meowmeowmeow"

HTTP request

POST {{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/<ALERT_GROUP_ID>/unacknowledge

Resolve an alert group

shell
curl "{{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/I68T24C13IFW1/resolve" \
  --request POST \
  --header "Authorization: meowmeowmeow"

HTTP request

POST {{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/<ALERT_GROUP_ID>/resolve

Unresolve an alert group

shell
curl "{{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/I68T24C13IFW1/unresolve" \
  --request POST \
  --header "Authorization: meowmeowmeow"

HTTP request

POST {{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/<ALERT_GROUP_ID>/unresolve

Delete an alert group

shell
curl "{{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/I68T24C13IFW1/" \
  --request DELETE \
  --header "Authorization: meowmeowmeow" \
  --header "Content-Type: application/json" \
  --data '{
      "mode": "wipe"
  }'
ParameterRequiredDescription
modeNoThe default value for this parameter is wipe. Using wipe will delete the content of the alert group but keep the metadata, which is helpful if you’ve sent sensitive information to OnCall. On the other hand, passing delete will fully erase the alert group and its metadata, as well as delete related messages in Slack and other platforms.

NOTE: DELETE can take a few moments to delete alert groups because Grafana OnCall interacts with 3rd party APIs such as Slack. Please check objects using GET to be sure the data is removed.

HTTP request

DELETE {{API_URL}}/api/v1/alert_groups/<ALERT_GROUP_ID>