Support Staff2 Posted by Morgan on 14 Jun, 2012 04:59 PM
Thank you for raising this issue with us. An internal error does
not actually happen on a web page, you assumed correctly this is
why there is no request/session data. Please upgrade your
AirBrake gem to 3.1.1 and let me know if this causes
other errors to be reported beside those that are internal. Also if
you want to ignore the internal errors just let me know and I will
help you get them filtered out. Thank you for your patience with
this issue, please let me know if upgrading to 3.1.1
does not allow for more reporting.
Support Staff5 Posted by Morgan on 19 Jun, 2012 07:20 PM
I have escalated this issue to the development team in the form
of an Issue Ticket, they will be able to solve this problem, I have
also added your email to the ticket so that I can give you and
update on the issue.
It may also be useful to check that your configuration is
What is the output of the following:
#run from the rails console
#locate and paste the contents of [Rails Root]/config/initializers/airbrake.rb
#feel free to substitue your api_key from the output.
#you can paste output in this ticket or link gists
Support Staff9 Posted by Morgan on 22 Jun, 2012 07:20 PM
I apologize for the trouble you have had with this issue! Herb
form our development team has recently posted the above fix
mentioned by Dean, Please point your Airbrake Gem to the github
version for now in your gemfile:
Until 3.1.2 has been released. Dean, great job
making an alternate fix! Please let me know if your issues persist
after updating your gem to the Github version. Alternately you
could mimic the same adjustments in your own gem just like the
commit Herb made.