Error: Unsupported db type: undefined

This error message might mean that there's no CUBEJS_DB_TYPE defined. Please visit Settings > Configuration and define this environment variable.

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Error: Internal: deadline has elapsed OR Error: Query execution timeout after 10 min of waiting

This error happens when a query remains queued for an excessive amount of time. To troubleshoot, try increasing concurrency and/or timeout limits. The default concurrency is 4 for most data warehouses and the default timeout is 10 minutes. You can increase these values by adjusting the CUBEJS_CONCURRENCY or CUBEJS_DB_TIMEOUT environment variables in Settings > Configuration. If your timeout limit is already high, we recommend either adding a pre-aggregation or refactoring your SQL for better efficiency.

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Error: Error during create table: CREATE TABLE with pre-aggregations

This usually means Cube can't create a pre-aggregation table, which could be due to a few different reasons. Further down the error log, you should see more details which will help narrow down the scope of the issue.

If you see has a key that already exists in Name index message, it means that your multitenancy setup is missing the pre_aggregations_schema configuration setting in your file.

If you see Error: Query execution timeout after 10 min of waiting message, it means pre-aggregation is too large to be built.

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Warning: There were queries in these timezones which are not added in the CUBEJS_SCHEDULED_REFRESH_TIMEZONES environment variable.

If you want your query to use pre-aggregations, you must define all necessary timezones using either the CUBEJS_SCHEDULED_REFRESH_TIMEZONES environment variable, or in the scheduled_refresh_time_zones configuration option in the file.

Without this configuration, Cube will default to UTC. The warning reflects Cube's inability to find the query's timezone in the desired pre-aggregation.

Cube Cloud API is down after upgrading the version of Cube

You may roll back to a previous Cube version at any time in Settings > Configuration.

We always recommend testing new Cube versions in your staging environment before updating your production environment. We do not recommend setting your production deployment to the latest version since it will automatically upgrade to the latest version every time it's released on the next build or settings update.